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otology

[ō′täl·ə·je]
(medicine)
A branch of medicine that deals with the ear and its diseases.
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Since its introduction to otologic practice in the 1960s, (1) endoscopic instrumentation has become increasingly popular in the management of middle ear diseases.
The management of cholesteatoma, In: Alberti PW, Ruben JR (eds): Otologic medicine and surgery.
Through testing the latest version of the simulator, we aimed to assess the face, content, and construct validity of the Voxel-Man TempoSurg VR simulator for temporal bone dissection in an otologic training program.
(1) Head and neck manifestations of this disease are the presenting symptom in 80-95% of cases and may include sinonasal, otologic, pharyngeal, and laryngeal pathologies.
The 75 chapters cover the fundamentals of team care, clinical outcomes research and evidence-based practice, and global aspects; embryology, anatomy, classification, epidemiology, and genetics; nursing and primary care, neuropsychosocial, and educational aspects; speech and velopharyngeal dysfunction; otologic, audiologic, and airway assessment and management; outcomes and research; surgical procedures, including secondary cleft surgery; dental, orthodontic, and prosthetic management; and management of skeletal deformities.
Gubbels, "Otologic manifestation of sistemic disease," in Head and Neck Surgery-Otolaryngology, B.
(7) Also, the persistence of this foramen is a possible risk factor for otologic complications after arthroscopy of the temporomandibular joint, herniation of the temporomandibular joint into the external acoustic meatus, tumor metastasis into the cranial cavity, and salivary gland fistula through this foramen.
New York, NY, November 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- "Clinical Otology, Fourth Edition," recently published by Thieme, is a detailed, contemporary review of evaluation, management, and rehabilitation options for patients with otologic and related disorders.