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Nasal and pharyngeal foreign bodies have a high potential for aspiration, so they should be referred at the earliest to an experienced otorhinolaryngologist.
Postop infection was treated by the otorhinolaryngologist with help of further antibiotics till the resolution of symptoms and disease.
14] Consequently, high suspicion at primary procedure on the part of otorhinolaryngologist and coordination with histopathologist are paramount in diagnosis and treatment of NP.
25] noted that the otorhinolaryngologist attitude towards tonsillectomy was partly responsible for regional variation.
Then all of the participants were examined by an otorhinolaryngologist who was blinded to the NOSE and VAS scores.
A multidisciplinary team consisting of otorhinolaryngologist, neurosurgeon, cardiologist and endocrinologist decided to repeat radiologic investigations after a year without any surgical intervention because she had no neurological deficits and hearing loss in the left ear was irreversible.
It requires a close collaboration between the anesthetist, the otorhinolaryngologist and the psychiatrist.
Ralph MAlsges, an otorhinolaryngologist (ear-nose-throat specialist) and allergologist (allergy specialist) who is also a professor of medical informatics and chair of the Institute of Medical Statistics, Informatics and Epidemiology at the University of Cologne in Germany.
An evaluation by an otorhinolaryngologist was requested.