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otolaryngologist

Definitions

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  • noun otorhinolaryngologist

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat

Etymologies

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Examples

  • My fabulous otolaryngologist in Chicago, Dr. Robert Bastian, laid out my options.

    Susanne Mentzer: The Unsingable

  • My fabulous otolaryngologist in Chicago, Dr. Robert Bastian, laid out my options.

    Susanne Mentzer: The Unsingable

  • Sid Khosla, an otolaryngologist and researcher at the University of Cincinnati, did the surgery.

    After 7 surgeries, woman's voice restored

  • If appropriate, appointments are made to see an audiologist, otolaryngologist, social worker and speech language pathologist.

    Cochlear Implant Candidacy

  • Since endoscopes were introduced in the mid-1980s, sinus surgery has continued to improve as increasingly better equipment has allowed for more precise work, leaving as much healthy tissue as possible, says Oregon Health & Science University otolaryngologist Timothy Smith.

    Breathe Easier With Surgery

  • But at the eleventh hour, my otolaryngologist gave me permission to get on an airplane.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • She suggested that we contact an otolaryngologist.

    Misconception

  • So we made an appointment with an otolaryngologist, an ear specialist, who conducted more tests and recommended hearing aids.

    Misconception

  • Which pediatric ear specialist otolaryngologist, or ENT doc do you recommend and why?

    You Raising Your Child

  • Which pediatric ear specialist otolaryngologist, or ENT doc do you recommend and why?

    You Raising Your Child

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