Recent Examples of otolaryngology from the Web
Zeller, who is board-certified in otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery, is fellowship-trained in head and neck oncology and reconstructive surgery.
Kraus is a professor of neurobiology, physiology; otolaryngology in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern University and is the principal investigator for the Auditory Neuroscience Lab.
He's chief of otolaryngology at Northwell Health System's Phelps Hospital, in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y. And Zalvan, himself, used to prescribe them regularly.
Now, Gillison is credited with formally putting together the behavioral data and biomarkers to quell any skepticism, Carole Fakhry, an associate professor of otolaryngology and surgeon at Johns Hopkins, said.
Dr. Rawal, also 29, is an otolaryngology head and neck surgery resident at the University of North Carolina Hospital.
Dr. Michael Ellis, a professor of otolaryngology and a former present of the Louisiana Medical Society, said coders have the authority to override physicians' suggestions on how a procedure should be coded.
Brad Welling, chief of otolaryngology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, wasn’t part of that team but is cheered by their work.
Michael Hoffer, a professor of otolaryngology and neurological surgery, used goggles, equipped with two high-resolution cameras, that could detect the desynchronization of the wearer’s rapid eye movements—a mark of a concussion.
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medical Definition of otolaryngology
otolaryngologicalplay \-ˌlar-ən-gə-ˈläj-i-kəl\ adjective
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