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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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Medicinal products: Ophthalmological and otological drugs in package and, Various medications in package ii and albumin in package iii for hospital pharmacy in debica health care team.
Table-3: Association of weight of explosion with otological findings.
The aims of the European Academy of Otology and Neurootology/Japan Otological Society (EAONO/JOS) Joint Consensus Statements on Definition, Classification and Staging are as follows:
In cases in which the diagnosis is not obvious on otological examination, CT is helpful in demonstrating a soft tissue mass with characteristic ossicular displacement and erosion of bone.
After admission detailed history, otological and general examination were carried out and routine investigations i.
4%) patients had a history of otological procedures.
In a recent study on the otological, audiological and bacteriological findings in children with CSOM in an SA tertiary hospital, HIV infection was present in 54.
While CM-1 can be asymptomatic, clinical manifestations, which typically begin in young adulthood, can include headaches, visual disturbances, neuro otological complaints, lower cranial nerve dysfunction, and sleep apnea (4).
Evaluation: The participants were evaluated according to predesigned protocol, after their due consent and data was collected using structured interview information related to presence of ear diseases and other otological disorders.
The study was recently e-published by The Laryngoscope, a journal published by the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society.
Objective: To study the pattern of otological trauma sustained by troops serving in Operation AI Mezan.
In 1965, Derlacki and Clemis proposed criteria for CC as a cholesteatoma discovered behind an intact tympanic membrane with no history of otorrhea, prior otological intervention or previous perforations [5].