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Otolaryngology Continuing Education:  Occupational Hearing Loss, Temporal Bone Anatomy and Facial Flaps ( One Hour in Category 2 CME )  **GO TO COURSE WEB PAGES**

  
                    
bulletObjectives

--To better understand the basic principles behind facial flap reconstruction of the face.
--To better understand temporal bone anatomy.
--To
understand the medical-legal evaluation of occupational hearing loss.

bullet  Course Web Pages

bullet Facial Flaps
bullet Temporal Bone Anatomy (sixty slides)
bullet Occupational Hearing Loss 
bullet Noise Induced Hearing Loss

  Course Written by Kevin T Kavanagh, MD, MS, FACS
 

 

 

 

Course Directions:  
                          
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Review and study the course material for the designated CME hours.  Just click on the web-links on the left side of this page.  

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Take the corresponding test.  A grade of  70% or higher is required to pass.  

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If you pass the test, you will go to the test pass screen.  You may then submit the test to ENT USA dot COM or print a test completion certificate with your name and grade.

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If you fail an exam, you will be locked out of the test you failed for 30 mins.  During this time you should restudy the course material.
 

                   

Compatibility:  The user must have Internet Explorer Version 4.0 or later OR Netscape Version 3.0 or later.  If you pass the test, you will go to the test pass screen.  You may then submit the test to ENT USA dot COM or print a test completion certificate with your name and grade.  If your E-Mail function does not work, please send an E-Mail to Contact ENT USA to notify us that you have taken the test.

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