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A Canadian doctor has won the AAO Head and Throat Surgery Distinguished Service Award.

Dr. Parnes received his award at a ceremony kept this week within the AAO 2012 Annual Meeting, kept in Washington, DC. The award is offered to doctors in recognition of comprehensive meritorious provider through the display of instructional classes, scientific papers, participation on AAO committees, or in an Academy leadership placement. Dr. Parnes has published and lectured internationally about the complexities extensively, mechanisms and various remedies of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo , and pioneered the posterior semicircular canal occlusion process of treating intractable BPPV. Dr. Parnes is also renowned for his focus on direct drug delivery implementation in the treating various other inner ear diseases.. Canadian physician wins AAO – Neck and Head Surgery Distinguished Service Award For only the next time in the annals of the American Academy of Otolaryngology , a Canadian doctor has won the AAO – Head and Throat Surgery Distinguished Service Award.The BrainScope gadget was used to measure the amount of abnormality in human brain work as measured by human brain electric activity. Related StoriesChildren's Memorial Hermann Medical center offers Halloween basic safety tipsBoston Kids's and Rock Health synergy to accelerate advancement of pediatric wellness technologiesGlan Clwyd Medical center N Wales spend money on Esaote's G-Scan MRI device for weight-bearing scanningThe results of the independent research indicate that despite zero significant variations between reported clinical symptoms in the CT+ and CT – organizations, the BrainScope technology demonstrated large sensitivity and specificity in identifying the CT+ group, those sufferers who needed instant imaging.