phonophore

A form of binaural stethoscope with a bell-shaped chest piece into which project the recurved extremities of the sound tubes. ... Origin: phono-+ G. Phoros, carrying ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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phonophore

phonophore, phonophoric 1. Name for the small bones of the ear, or auditory ossicles, as transmitting the vibrations of sound to the labyrinth or internal ear. 2. A form of binaural stethoscope with a bell-shaped chest piece into which project the recurved extremities of the sound tubes. 3. A device to enable the deaf to hear, by conducting vibrat
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phonophore

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō′nō-fōr Definitions: 1. A form of binaural stethoscope with a bell-shaped chest piece into which project the recurved extremities of the sound tubes.
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