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otolaryngologists

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  • n. Plural form of otolaryngologist.

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Examples

  • The Cochlear Implant team includes audiologists, otolaryngologists (ENT doctors), speech-language pathologists, a social worker and an educational consultant.

    Cochlear Implant Program

  • We are a multidisciplinary team of audiologists (American Board of Audiology Certified Cochlear Implant Specialists), otolaryngologists, speech-language pathologists (Certified Auditory Verbal Therapists), social workers, and educational consultants.

    Cochlear Implant Program

  • They said the committee, which includes among its 23 medical-specialty society slots cardiothoracic surgeons, otolaryngologists and neurosurgeons, wasn't representative of all doctors.

    Dividing the Medicare Pie Pits Doctor Against Doctor

  • I think the guidelines are a great collaboration between otolaryngologists, pediatricians and infectious disease experts to help standardize the care of children with tonsillar disease," said Dr. Jerry Schreibstein of the Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeons of Western New England in Springfield, Mass."

    No surgery for moderate tonsillitis, new guidelines say

  • Irrigating the sinuses with a water solution is probably OK, as long as it isn't done with too much force, (I often recommend a salt water nasal spray for sinus sufferers, and otolaryngologists sometimes irrigate them in their offices) flushing the sinuses with herbs and oils wouldn't be prudent.

    Medpundit

  • When otolaryngologists "irrigate the sinuses" it is done by performing a needle puncture into the sinus, or sometimes when possible by cannulating the middle meatus.

    Medpundit

  • He also stresses that you commit a much riskier act every time you plunge a Q-tips swab into an ear canal the bane of otolaryngologists the world over.

    Wired Top Stories

  • But many otolaryngologists advise against this, warning that whispering actually causes more trauma to the larynx than normal speech.

    NYT > Home Page

  • He said while it's common to hear some doctors use the term labyrinthitis to diagnose patients, a more specific diagnosis is usually arrived at by otolaryngologists (also known as ear, nose and throat specialists).

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  • Holm says primary care physicians and otolaryngologists should advise their patients to avoid secondhand smoke whenever possible.

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