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  • n. Doctor specializing in otorhinolaryngology, the study of ear, nose, and throat.

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  • n. a specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat


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From otorhinolaryngology +‎ -ist.


  • Apotex argued that the skill in the art would be: "a person engaged in developing new pharmaceuticals, formulations and treatment methods, or a specialist in ear treatments such as an otologist, otolaryngologist, or otorhinolaryngologist who also has training in pharmaceutical formulations."

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • The word was slightly smaller than otorhinolaryngologist, having lost the rhino, and some folks thought perhaps they could pronounce it now.

    The New

  • Ph. D., consultant otorhinolaryngologist and academic scientific researcher, found new treatments for Glottic dDisease, using lasersurgery and radiotherapy.

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  • He should get more sun.

    September 23, 2008

  • A friend of mine is a paleotorhinolaryngologist.

    September 22, 2008

  • Diagnoses and treats diseases of ear, nose, and throat: Examines affected organs, using equipment such as audiometers, prisms, nasoscopes, microscopes, x-ray machines, and fluoroscopes. Determines nature and extent of disorder, and prescribes and administers medications, or performs surgery. Performs tests to determine extent of loss of hearing due to aural or other injury, and speech loss as result of diseases or injuries to larynx.

    September 22, 2008