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ORLOto-Rhino Laryngologie (France)
ORLOtorhinolaryngology (head and neck practice)
ORLOrlando Executive Airport (Airport Code)
ORLJournal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and its related specialties
ORLOptical Return Loss
ORLOrdnance Release Line
ORLOlfactory Receptor-Like Protein (neurobiology)
ORLOffice of Residential Life (various universities)
ORLOlivetti Research Laboratory (AT&T)
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Despite advancements in the antibiotherapy of COM, complications still pose a great challenge in otorhinolaryngology practice.
3) Professor, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Manasagangothri, Mysuru.
The majority of the patients (98, 49%) were prescribed three antibiotics including orthopedics (24, 60%), obstetrics and gynecology (36, 90%) and otorhinolaryngology (12, 60%).
Mohammad Ajmal said that Otorhinolaryngology has witnessed remarkable development owing to the diversification in its important discipline and the swift advancements in the discovery of new techniques and methodologies.
Isabel Vilaseca, MD, PhD, is Professor, University of Barcelona, Physician, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, and Director, ENT Surgical Oncology Section, Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, Spain.
Lokman Saim, Professor of Otorhinolaryngology with special interest in otology and neurotology.
We further regret that an editing error occurred in the antepenultimate paragraph of the letter entitled 'Some South African universities provide good specialist otorhinolaryngology training' that appeared on page 774 of the October 2012 SAMJ.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic affects all fields of medicine and otorhinolaryngology is not excluded.
He will practice in Fallon Clinic's Department of Surgical Specialties in the division of Otorhinolaryngology at Worcester Medical Center.
The week discusses issues related to dentistry, otorhinolaryngology (ear, nose and throat medicine) and psychiatry.
The book will serve as a quick reference for medical practitioners and surgeons working in ophthalmology, internal medicine, endocrinology, pediatrics, immunology, and otorhinolaryngology.
Metin Onerci, a lecturer at the Otorhinolaryngology Department of Ankara's Hacettepe University, received honorary membership from the European Rhinologic Society.