Retail health clinics as a primary source of healthcare?

July 31, 2010
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Guest Editorial

Otolaryngologists, particularly pediatric otolaryngologists, typically see on a regular basis a significant number of patients with complaints of sore throat, swollen glands, nasal congestion, earaches (including swimmer's ear), and upper respiratory infections. Most of these conditions do not require the care of an ENT specialist unless symptoms do not improve or complications ensue.

Otolaryngologists, particularly pediatric otolaryngologists, typically see on a regular basis a significant number of patients with complaints of sore throat, swollen glands, nasal congestion, earaches (including swimmer's ear), and upper respiratory infections. Most of these conditions do not require the care of an ENT specialist unless symptoms do not improve or complications ensue.

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