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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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Puxeddu, "Laryngeal debridement: an alternative treatment for a laryngopyocele presenting with severe airway obstruction," Acta Otorhinolaryngologic Italica, vol.
Otorhinolaryngologic disorders in association with scuba diving.
Thus, it was demonstrated that 40% of the American population uses CAM, 17% of which uses it for treating otorhinolaryngologic diseases [7].
SETTING: General otorhinolaryngologic consultation for 2002-2004 in Seville, Spain.
(%) patients with susceptible isolates, n = Underlying condition 1,129 Cystic fibrosis 365 (32.3) Pulmonary disease, excluding cystic 251 (22.2) fibrosis Hematologic/oncologic disease 125 (11.1) Otorhinolaryngologic disease 63 (5.6) Internal disease 85 (7.5) Solid organ transplantation 26 (2.3) Intensive care unit patient 31 (2.7) Cardiac disease 9 (0.8) Chronic granulomatous disease 5 (0.4) Postoperative condition 23 (2.0) Neurologic disease 2 (0.2) Disease in children, not specified 4 (0.4) Dermatologic disease 6 (0.5) Other 91 (8.1) Unknown 43 (3.8) No.
Of 12-16 thousands of hospitalized patients with otorhinolaryngologic diseases there might be only one case with epipharyngeal angiofibroma (Yablonskiiy, 1995).
Teleconsultation of Patients with Otorhinolaryngologic Conditions.
The doctors, who were experts on infectious diseases, otorhinolaryngologic diseases, orthopaedy, pediatric surgery, general surgery, anaesthesia, optometry and dental diseases, returned to Turkey on Wednesday.
Available in October 2010, Telephone Triage for Otorhinolaryngology and Head-Neck Nurses provides tips for telephone assessment, communication, and documentation for nurses treating patients with otorhinolaryngologic problems.
These required surgical specialties include, but are not limited to, obstetric, orthopedic, thoracic, urologic, vascular, gynecologic, ophthalmic, oral/maxillofacial or otorhinolaryngologic, and plastic surgery, as well as neurosurgery.
A 5-year retrospective cohort study of 9170 patients evaluated the effect of pneumococcal vaccination on incidence and length of all-cause hospitalizations and hospitalizations related m respiratory and otorhinolaryngologic syndromes, including asthma and pneumonia.