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ENTSEastern Native Tree Society
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While readers and critics of The Lord of the Rings have long been fascinated by the Ents, there are few who have considered how their tale--the Long Sorrow of the Ents and their search for their sundered spouses--represents the nature of marriage.
An ENT practice that has 225 encounters per week and collects an estimated $750,000 in fees spends approximately one-quarter of its income just to collect what it is owed
Abdul Salam Al Qahtani, Head of ENT at the Ambulatory Care Center, also emphasized the enhanced quality of care patients can expect to receive at the new facility.
The principle aim of the service is to provide local consultant-led community ENT services for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of ENT problems, which complement and work in partnership with existing primary, community, and secondary care ENT.
StealthStation ENT uses a proprietary electromagnetic tracking technology.
The author visited eight schools in the district Shangla and carried out thorough ENT examination of the students and took relevant history to find out the prevalence of various oto-rhino-laryngological diseases in the school going children.
Most cases are managed by the ED staff, while some others require referral to an ENT specialist.
So a new National ENT Implementation Plan aims to improve outcomes and move less urgent care away from hospital settings.
Sami Mumtaz has done his MBBS from Alama Iqbal Medical College in 1985 and then went to UK where he did his fellowship in ENT served there for eight years.
Intersect ENT is focused on patients with ear, nose and throat conditions.