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Thanks, - I had been fumbling with" Ohr Rachen Larynx" but of course that did not really work- Thanks also for the second answer who helped with the correct abbreviation! J.T. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Explanation: "Otorhinolaryngology" features in medical dictionaries, but it is little used (too much of a mouthful, apart from anything else!) Everyone, both medical people and laymen, refers to it as "ENT", i.e. ear, nose and throat. NOT "ETN", please note...
Dorland's Medical Dictionary & many web and other sources.