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o′to·rhi′no·la·ryn′go·log′i·cal (-lə-rĭng′gə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
o′to·rhi′no·lar′yn·gol′o·gist n.
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Noun1.otorhinolaryngologist - a specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat
medical specialist, specialist - practices one branch of medicine
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Darrow is a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist who is also a dentist, and an expert in vascular tumors and hemangiomas based in Norfolk, Va.
To differentiate possible tube dislodgement, anatomic abnormality, or tube obstruction, chest surgeon or otorhinolaryngologist consultation for FOB evaluation is necessary in this setting.[1] Once the tracheostomy tube is dislodged or decannulated, tube replacement under FOB is a rather safe management.
Because the injury was in the proximal trachea, for the assessment of vocal cord paralysis, and hyoid release maneuvers to reduce anastomotic tension, operation was performed with an otorhinolaryngologist.
The otorhinolaryngologist planned a mucosal repair surgery and the patient was operated again.
Intranasal surgery was done by consultant Otorhinolaryngologist and before extubation patients of both groups were placed in lateral decubitus position with head down, after suctioning of secretions and blood, throat packs were removed, an appropriate size Guedel airway was placed in the oral cavity and patients assigned to group-A were extubated fully awake while patients in group-B were extubated during deep anaesthesia by the researcher.
If spontaneous healing fails after six months then myringoplasty or tympanoplasty are carried out if it is also associated with significant conductive hearing loss.2 Traumatic TM perforation is very common clinical condition presented to otorhinolaryngologist. A significant number of patients are received by our department, so this study is aimed keeping in view the following points:
Tracheostomy indications and the timing of tracheostomy were determined by the treating pediatric intensive care physician and otorhinolaryngologist. Tracheostomies were performed only after the parents were informed and consented to the intervention.
To compose the sample, we considered as inclusion criteria the following information from the database: adherence to the term of medical chart data usage; female gender; adult age range (19 to 44 years of age) to discard alterations due to the vocal change period and to the influence of hormonal and structural alternations due to aging [6,7,17]; speech-language diagnosis of FD or OFD based on the otorhinolaryngologist's report; data on the professional voice use and measures of VC and MPT for /s/ and /e/.
With these type of results in the present era, the otorhinolaryngologist has to depend on Ciprofloxacin oral preparations to treat Pseudomonas aeruginosa, though the organism is retaining its susceptibility to higher antibiotics that are available in injectable form and can be prescribed in complicated forms of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection.
A flexible nasoendoscopy done by the otorhinolaryngologist found a huge swelling at the laryngeal area.
We report a case of Hunter syndrome, which, to our knowledge, is the first to be diagnosed by an otorhinolaryngologist despite the fact that otorhinolaryngological symptoms manifest at a young age in this disease.