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  • n. Plural form of otoscope.


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  • Savings need to be invested into services for patients, not in day-to-day running costs of the practice, such as otoscopes equipment for looking in a patient's ear.

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  • He glanced around his office, noticing that for all its homeyness—the dark woodwork, the antiquarian books, the framed newspaper advertisements for nineteenth-century elixirs, the glass case of antique stethoscopes, sphygmomanometers, and otoscopes—there were no pictures of anyone who made him look like Baris did now.

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  • It is interesting to see their home, to have a chance to glimpse a part of the life they live outside my sterile office cubicle with its otoscopes and blood pressure cuffs.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cancer Book

  • Tongue depressers, specula, and otoscopes are run of the mill stuff.

    Well, there goes another orifice...

  • Despite the white coats, the stethoscopes, otoscopes, scalpels, and all the other medical equipment they ply not to mention the God like attitude, doctors are in business to make money.

    Antibiotics and medical economics | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • "When I first started coming here we only had one or two otoscopes and ophthalmoscopes," says Dr. Enrico Villanueva, a Saint Joseph's resident.

    Chicago Reader

  • "Doctors are able to listen to patients 'hearts with stethoscopes, look in their ears with otoscopes and check their skin with dermascopes."

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  • Members of the Alliance with the Washoe County Medical Society, for a donation to Washoe County schools 'Student Health Services Department to purchase 10 new otoscopes that school nurses will use to screen and identify children who may have hearing problems that affect their success in the classroom. - Latest News

  • The monitor also had medical equipment, such as stethoscopes and otoscopes, that could help the physician diagnose and treat inmates, McBroom said.


  • The otoscopes for ear diagnosis also feature high performance optics and xenon or LED illumination, and their small dimensions ensure ease of use and patient comfort.

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