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rhinology

[rī′näl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The science of the anatomy, functions, and diseases of the nose.
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Donations can still be made to: Rhinology Research Fund, c/o B W Hills, Wetherdown House, Lambourn, Berks RG17 8UB.
Supply of medical equipment within the framework of the project titled "Adaptation Branch ENT Oncology and Otolaryngology Rhinology to carry out research and development work in accordance with
Functional Endoscopic Dilatation of the Sinuses: Patient Satisfaction, Postoperative Pain, and Cost, American Journal of Rhinology, Vol.
The director of the Rhinology Research Society of Iran, Dr.
However, said Andrew Goldberg, MSCE, MD, the director of rhinology and sinus surgery at UCSF and a co-author on the paper, "the premise for our understanding of chronic sinusitis and therapeutic treatment appears to be wrong, and a different therapeutic strategy seems appropriate.
John Cannell of the Vitamin D Council along with 16 other scientists published a commentary in the journal Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology.
and Goldstein, who practices otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, provide a concise clinical reference on this surgery that covers otology, audiology, rhinology, laryngology, head and neck cancer, the thyroid and parathyroid, general and pediatric otolaryngology, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Onerci got the honorary membership for his contributions to rhinology, and is the youngest scientist ever to receive this title.
In a study published in the April 1989 (part 1) issue of the Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology, Y.
And one blackcurrant cordial producer, Pixley Berries, has noticed a rise in sales since the research was published in last month's edition of the clinical journal Rhinology.
Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 112, 1014-1020.
In a study in the October 2001 Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology, Free's team reported that a probiotic strain of streptococci reduced bacterial growth on one prosthesis model by 53 percent and yeast growth by 33 percent.