Rhinological


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Rhi`no`log´ic`al


a.1.Of or pertaining to rhinology.
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It shows majority of the cases (128, 85.91%) of adenoid hypertrophy were associated with other rhinological conditions i.e nasal polyps, turbinate hypertrophy and deviated nasal septum.
He was chairman of four international conferences in Copenhagen: the III Conference on Cholesteatoma and Mastoid Surgery 1988, the First International Conference on Acoustic Neuroma 1991, the XV Congress of European Rhinological Society 1994, and the III Extraordinary International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media 1997.
When considering SNOT-20, it is customary to single out four blocks of questions: (1) rhinological block reflecting the expression of complaints associated with rhinitis; (2) ear/facial block reflecting the severity of symptoms indicative of involvement in the middle ear process and/or the presence of facial pain associated with paranasal sinuses; (3) sleep function block reflecting the influence of synonasal symptoms on sleep quality; and (4) a complex of psychoasthenic or vegetative symptoms (psychological function).
As a lecturer, she held numerous lectures and workshops in the field of rhinology at domestic and international meetings: European Congress of Otorhinolaryngologists in 2007 in Vienna and 2013 in Nice; European Rhinological Congress in Amsterdam 2014; Croatian Rhinological Congress (2010, 2012, 2014, and 2016).
She reported to have been involved in a traffic accident in which she suffered a fracture of the nasal septum 20 years before the rhinological examination.
Early diagnosis of PPT is based on rhinological findings and radiological imaging.
The diagnostic criteria of POAG were as follows: normal open-angle; characteristic glaucomatous optic neuropathy with diffuse or focal optic rim thinning, cupping, or nerve fiber layer defects indicative of glaucoma and corresponding visual field changes according to Anderson and Patella criteria [21]; and presence of no other ocular, rhinological, neurological, or systemic disorders potentially causing optic nerve damage.
Maureen received awards from the American Otological Society; the American Head and Neck Society; the American Otological, Rhinological and Laryngological (Triological) Society; and the AAO-HNS for her contributions to research and for advancing research training in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
(2) All case of chronic dacryocystitis should be subjected to thorough rhinological examination to detect any nasal or paranasal pathology contributing to the disease or a contraindication to the nasal drainage procedure.
A member of ENT-UK and the British Rhinological Society, Mr Singh has published in medical journals nationally and internationally.