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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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Foreign bodies of the upper aerodigestive tract are one of the most common emergencies in day-to-day otolaryngological practice.
Preoperative lab investigations, CT and MR scans and consultation with ophthalmologist and Otolaryngological clinics were done before planning for surgery.
Sociedad Mexicana de Oftalmologia, Fellow of the American Academy of Ophtalmology and Otolaryngology, New Orleans Academy of Ophtalmology, Association for the Research in Ophtalmology, Pan American Association of Ophtalmology, National Association for the Prevention of Blindness, Louisiana y Mississipi Ophtalmological and Otolaryngological Society y Sociedad de Estrabologia Mexicana.
Epistaxis is one of the otolaryngological emergency4 which may prove life threatening if not managed appropriately.
Eighty-seven chapters are organized into 22 sections covering general emergency; resuscitation; sedation, analgesia, and intubation procedures; neonatal, respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, renal, neurological, hematological, and endocrinal emergencies; environmental problems, including animal and snake bites, near drownings, burns, hyperthermia and hypothermia; poisoning; foreign bodies; psychiatric behavior and social issues; ophthalmological, otolaryngological, and dermatological emergencies; infections; and medicolegal issues.
During the otolaryngological examination the presence of hypertrophic adenoids and tonsils were evaluated [Di Francesco et al.
It is a rare complication of a head or neck infection or an otolaryngological procedure, including tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, mastoidectomy, choanal atresia repair, and cleft palate repair.
It is the experience of the authors that otolaryngologists see a considerable number of such patients for which an otolaryngological etiology cannot be identified.
In 17 insightful articles they describe the diagnosis process, the anatomy and physiology of orofacial pain, measurement and assessment of pain, psychological aspects, acute pain, otolaryngological aspects, masticatory myofasial pain, tension-type and chronic daily headache, the temporomandibular joint, migraine and possible variants, trigeminal autonomic cephalgias, neuropathic pain, neurosurgical aspects, referred and secondary syndromes, orofacial pain in the medically complex patient, pharmaceutical therapy and complementary and alternative medicine.
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The larynx, as part of a clinical otolaryngological examination, is not routinely investigated in patients with leprosy, as laryngeal signs and symptoms are infrequent.