Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Medicine ear, nose, and throat

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  • ear, nose and throat

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Examples

  • When I scrubbed in ENT theatres it used to be called an antrum washout but probably has a completely new and fancy name now, like post-nasal irrigational lavage or something but William Hague was entirely thankful to have his done by this method whilst he was Prime Minister

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  • The long-term ENT opportunity is difficult to size, but with current approvals, we would estimate the immediate U.S. target market to represent approximately 10,000 procedures compared to an international market opportunity in excess of 70,000 procedures.

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  • Can you call the ENT back and ask to get squeezed in earlier?

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  • My "ENT" - HNO - Hals Nasen Ohr Arzt - gives this injection to my wife now and then.

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  • Otolaryngologists, also known as ENT doctors, differ from many other physicians in that they are trained in both medicine and surgery, which means they do not need to refer patients to other physicians when ear, nose, throat, or head / neck surgery is needed and, therefore, can offer comprehensive care for each individual patient.

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  • My ENT was a total JERK and will be hearing from my attorney.

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  • Last night Mimi stayed at hospital because Hayden had a big piece of tissue from tongue that was gaging him and we had to call ENT Dr. to come and ...

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  • My first step ... calling ENT Federal Credit Union.

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  • The military hospital fills up with cold surgery such as ENT, hip replacements and dodgy knees.

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  • The unprecedented statement goes on: For example, the lists include types of hip, spinal, ENT [ear, nose and throat], dental, bariatric [obesity] and cancer surgery for which there is overwhelming evidence of benefit.

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