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Otolaryngology: Open Access
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Jose Ryner C Carrillo

Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Philippine General Hospital, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines


Dr. Ryner Jose Carrillo is an associate professor of anatomy and otorhinolaryngology at the University of the Philippines College of Medicine (UPCM) and Philippine General Hospital (PGH). He obtained his medical degree from UPCM in 2000 and did residency training in Otorhinolaryngology at the PGH. He also holds a Masters degree in Clinical Epidemiology from the same institution. He is an academician and practicing otolaryngologist and head and neck surgeon since 2006. He had trainings in sinus, voice and laser surgery, and management of vascular birthmarks. He is currently the chief of section of laryngology, bronchoesophagology and neck tumors (LBEN).

The Accuracy of the Hearing Screener Device as a Hearing Screening Tool in the School Setting for First Graders Aged 5-10 Years

Background: Hearing loss in children if undetected can lead to delay in speech and language development, social and emotional problems, and academic difficulties. The importance of screening of school-age children to detect hearing loss cannot be overemphasized. In the Philippines, there is no single uniform program for hearing screening in school ... Read More»

Teresa Luisa I Gloria-Cruz, Jose Ryner C Carrillo, Abner L Chan, Charlotte M Chiong, Erasmo Gonzalo DV Llanes, Jeanette R Plete, Ma Rina T Reyes-Quintos, Ma Leah C Tantoco, Nathaniel W Yang and Generoso T Abes

Research Article: Otolaryngology 2013, 3: 134

DOI: 10.4172/2161-119X.1000134

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