EENT


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EENT

abbr. Medicine
eye, ear, nose, and throat

EENT

eye, ear, nose, and throat.
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EENT

(US Med) abbr of eye, ear, nose and throat; EENT specialistAugen- und HNO-Arzt m/-Ärztin f
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The Infantrymen stepped off from the town of Razish shortly after EENT. It was a six-kilometer dismounted movement with little illumination that evening.
It exists today as Joachim Hearing Center, managed by the EENT Foundation.
"To show character is to take the ball and take risks in a different eent the s is how are position in the game and this is the way you show that you are brave.
The four most common presenting complaints during both pre- and post-intervention phases were 1) fever; 2) eyes, ears, nose, throat (EENT) disorders; 3) orthopedics/extremity pain; and 4) lacerations.
We had around 5,000 competitors taking part in the eent this year, so to win the national championship is a great achievement."
Institutional review board approval from the Eye and ENT (EENT) Hospital of Fudan University (Shanghai, China) was obtained; a total of 3203 charts of children (<12 years of age) with suspected inhaled foreign bodies underwent RB in 1991-2010 (past 2 decades) were reviewed.
Aquitania is a prominent Eye, Ear, Nose Throat (EENT) medical practitioner and owns other businesses in the city.
In the process of renovation of Halls by the Punjab Archaeology Department during the year 2010-11 it is observed by the author that Indian brick of smaller size (Chotti Eent) measuring 8" x 4" x 1.5" was used in original plans of Lawrence and Montgomery Halls whereas all additions of later period were built in English bricks of size 9" x 4.5" x 3".
eent ka jawab patthar se denge (we will retaliate blow for blow)," he said.
When the nurse determines there is existing eyes, ears, nose, and throat (EENT) history, she or he is then required to expand that history by completing one or more entries in the mandatory field section that further details the EENT history from standardized selections.
Aslam Khawaja (trans.), Pakistan Mein Jabri Mushaqqat, Eent Bhatton Mein Mushaqqat, Qarz, aur Ghulami (Karachi: Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research, 2003).