ear specialist


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Noun1.ear specialist - a physician who specializes in the ear and its diseasesear specialist - a physician who specializes in the ear and its diseases
medical specialist, specialist - practices one branch of medicine
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From the King Abdullah Ear Specialist Center, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
For more information on exercising during pregnancy, visit the healthy living section of NHSinform.scot TINNITUS CAN GET DEPRESSING Q I have tinnitus and I've seen an ear specialist who cannot find any underlying cause.
Randall Bly, a University of Washington ear specialist and study coauthor, says the smartphone approach is a bit like using a thermometer in deciding when to call a doctor.
The audiologist referred her on to an ear specialist for further investigations, so she simply had to wait.
Experts generally agree that more invasive removal methods (including those that involve suction, irrigation with a syringe or small forceps or spoons) should only be carried out by a general practitioner GP or ear specialist, or individuals who have been sufficiently trained in the procedure.
The ear specialist needs Sh250,000 to restore the damaged eardrum.
He'll also continue his community outreach efforts as an ear specialist regarding hearing loss prevention education and discussion of related topics like tinnitus.
ZocDoc was started in 2007 by Cyrus Massoumi, who was frustrated trying to get care after his eardrum ruptured during a long flight and he had to wait four days to see an ear specialist.
- King Abdullah Ear Specialist Center is Authorized First Saudi Patent in the Specialization of Ear
Washington, Dec 2 ( ANI ): A Harris Health System ear specialist is concerned about the popularity of personal music devices like iPods and other MP3 players and their lack of sound-limiting controls.
Don't dare ask how it feels to control the telephone for an hour at Record Towers every morning because only an ear specialist could describe the pain inflicted by Celtic fans keen to vent their spleen at their boss.
If you experience a ringing or buzzing (tinnitus) in the ears, immediately after exposure to noise, or a slight muffling of sounds after exposure making it difficult to understand people when you leave a noisy area, and if, you cannot really follow a speech, that is you can hear all the words, but you cannot understand all of them, you should immediately have your ears examined by an ear specialist.