perilymph

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perilymph

[′per·ə‚limpf]
(physiology)
The fluid separating the membranous from the osseous labyrinth of the internal ear.
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A critical appraisal of spontaneous perilymphatic fistulas of the inner ear.
Presuming that the aqueduct is functionally patent, CSF pressure changes should be transmitted to the perilymphatic space.
The temporal bones of patients 1 and 2 demonstrated no radiographically apparent inner ear dysplasia or widening of the cochlear aqueduct that would indicate the precise focus of abnormal communication between the subarachnoid and perilymphatic spaces.
The next morning, the boy underwent middle ear exploration for suspected ossicular chain dislocation and perilymphatic fistula.
Given his return to normal hearing, the most plausible explanation for this phenomenon is either perilymphatic fluid shifts or the poorly understood acoustic efferent systems acting on the contralateral cochlea.
They said that the perilymphatic drug concentration was also higher in the cisplatin-treated animals than in those exposed to oxaliplatin.
Ear: Myringotomy with Tympanostomy Tubes/Laser Myringotomy; Otitis media clinical guideline; Meniett 20 for overpressure treatment of Meniere's Disease; Hearing Tests; Oxygen Inhalation Therapy for Inner Ear Disorders; Electrocochleogram and perilymphatic pressure measurement;
5) Additional pulmonary CT findings include multiple tiny lung nodules with a perilymphatic distribution (involving the fissural and pleural surfaces).
There were multiple, high-risk, histologic features including tumor necrosis, pagetoid spread, perilymphatic spread, and neurovascular infiltration (Figure 2, A and B).
Within 2 minutes, the cochleae were fixed by perilymphatic perfusion with 1 mL of a trialdehyde fixative (3.
Case of perilymphatic fistula caused by medially displaced tympanostomy tube.