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Audiology pathologie

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Otitis externa outer ear
meniere's inner ear
cholesteatoma middle ear
impacted cerumen outer ear
autoimmune HL inner
exostosis inner
otitis media middle
acoustic trauma inner
disarticulation middle
glomus tumor outer
barotrauma inner
chiari malformation middle
otosclerosis middle
perilymph fistula inner
unique artifact in bone conduction in patients with otosclerosis carhart notch
treatment for serious effusion pe tubes, myringotomy, decongest medication, do nothing/wait
the most drug resistant and difficult pathogen in otitis media with effusion streptococcus pneumonia
patient with otosclerosis should show lower than normal tympanic membrane compliance as a result of the stiffness
closure of an orifice normally open or congenital absence of an opening atresia
sterile fluid accumulation in the middle ear serous effusion
nonbacterial otitis media usually results from blocked eustachian tube
portion of inner ear respsonsble for monitoring angualar acceleration semicircular canals
oscillatory movement of the eyes nystagmus
sudden unilateral cochlear hearing loss may be cause by spasm of the internal auditory artery, menier's disease, labyrinthitis, autoimmune disease
inflamation of the outer ear external otitis
bacterial infection of the middle ear otitis media
What is COWS cold opposite, warm same
during caloric testing when a right normal ear is presented with warm water, the eye beat is right
meniere's disease is associated with unilateral hearing loss, poor speech recognition
a pseudotumor in the middle ear composed of skin and fatty tissue is called cholesteatoma
disease of the outer ear acute otitis externa
disease of the outer ear pericondritis
outer ear pathology hematoma
outer ear disease atresia
outer ear anomaly microtia - small pinna
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