eardrum

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eardrum

[′ir‚drəm]
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3%) patients out of 60 had intact ear drum with dry ear.
Commercially available cotton-tipped swabs can do more harm than good by pushing the wax deeper into your ear canals, even up against your ear drum, where it can interfere with hearing.
Justin Bieber told his fans last Wednesday that he "busted" his ear drum while sky diving.
On the other side of the ear drum is the middle ear, a small chamber which is connected to the nose and the throat via a small tube called Eustachian tube.
Bennett said, "The Bonebridge implant is intended to improve hearing by replicating the actions of the ear drum.
The cotton bud also rupture the ear drum so it should not be inserted in the ear.
We evaluated ossicular chain reconstruction in patients with idiopathic incus necrosis who have conductive hearing loss and an intact ear drum.
The Study: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued a protocol for treating ear infections, which includes tympanocentesis (making a hole in the ear drum, obtaining fluid from the middle ear and culturing it), and instituting treatment based on the results of the culture.
All the bands kicked ass--standouts include the Avon Ladies' hardcore, doom-as-fuck blast; the Man Hands' speedy manhandling, the sonic fury of the Ace High Cutthroats, Destruction Unit's heavy assault, Tokyo Electron's ear drum blast, Radio Moscow's heavy session, and Friday's headliners, from Sweden, Graveyard.
Officers say the unnamed victim sustained a perforated ear drum, a black eye, a broken tooth and other minor injuries.
It is dangerous to leave it as sometimes they can rupture the ear drum.
Additionally, the dual-delivery caplets can be used by those with ear drum damage who cannot use ear drops.