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The anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the nose.

rhi·nol′o·gist n.
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Appropriate cooperation between a rhinologist and pathologist enables a correct diagnosis of these rare and unusual lesions.
4 Angle5 included airway obstruction as an important aetiologic agent in malocclusion and Ketcham6 indicated that patients were not receiving the full benefits of medical and dental therapy unless they were fully evaluated by both a rhinologist and an orthodontist.
Julian Rowe-Jones, consultant rhinologist and nasal surgeon at London's Nose Clinic sees these issues on a daily basis.
Using the usual lacrimal intubation tube, the metallic probe is passed to the nasal cavity where the rhinologist pass it out of the nose, the other tube is also passed out of the nose where both are tied together.
Employees with sharp noses are given the role of rhinologist, doing routine sniffing checks to ensure the correct pungency of the product.
Chemist Jan Mousley, lead rhinologist for United Utilities, the firm which manages Northern Gas Networks' system, said "The natural gas we use in our homes doesn't smell when it comes ashore at the terminals.
Dr Glenis Scadding, consultant rhinologist at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital in London believes it is inappropriate for exams to be held at this time of year.
com)-- The fungal infection of the paranasal sinuses is one of the common clinical entities in the GCC encountered in day-to-day practice by a rhinologist.
INTRODUCTION: Chronic nasal obstruction resulting from turbinate hypertrophy is a common complaint faced by rhinologist.
The mix of physicians was typical of that found in a tertiary care academic center: 3 general otolaryngologists, 3 fellowship-trained facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons, 1 fellowship-trained rhinologist, 1 fellowship-trained sleep expert with a robust rhinology practice, 1 fellowship-trained laryngologist, and 1 fellowship-trained neurotologist.