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otolaryngology

[¦ōd·ō‚lar·ən′gäl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
A branch of medicine that deals with the ear, nose, and throat. Also known as otorhinolaryngology.
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Human salivary glands (submandibular, parotid, and sublingual gland) were excised during surgery for otorhinolaryngologic disorders (neck dissection if the sublingual gland was involved; tumor surgery if the parotid or submandibular gland was involved).
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3) Otorhinolaryngologic (ORL) infections due to NTM are rare.
In the Otolaryngology Department, all patients\' otorhinolaryngologic examinations were performed.
One case of JEA occurs among 12-16 thousands of hospitalized otorhinolaryngologic patients (Yablonskiy, 1999).
No foreign objects or insects were seen on otorhinolaryngologic examination.
In this reference for ear, nose, and throat specialists, Kunst (University Medical Center Nijmegen, The Netherlands) focuses on otorhinolaryngologic diseases for which the causative gene has been identified, and highlights the relevance of syndromic diseases to otorhinolaryngologic practice.
The remainder of the otorhinolaryngologic examination and a systemic examination revealed no abnormality.
Markets for Specialty Endoscopic Surgery Products," will be published by Medtech Insight and Windhover Information early next year that will include analyses of current and emerging endoscopic products used in gastrointestinal, neurologic, orthopedic, otorhinolaryngologic, and thoracic surgery.
The otorhinolaryngologic examination revealed the presence of a mass on the right side of the floor of the mouth and fistulization of the Wharton duct into the oral cavity (figure 1).