Aerotitis

Aerotitis: Middle ear problems due to changing atmospheric pressures, as when a plane descends to land. The problems include ear pain, ringing, diminished hearing and, sometimes, dizziness. The word aerotitis (pronounced aer-o-tit-is) is compounded from aer- + otitis meaning inflammation of the ear. Alternate terms for aerotitis: aerotitis media, b
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aerotitis

Middle ear problems due to changing atmospheric pressures, as when a plane descends to land. The problems include ear pain, ringing, diminished hearing and, sometimes, dizziness. The word aerotitis (pronounced aer-o-tit-is) is compounded from aer- + otitis meaning inflammation of the ear. Alternate terms for aerotitis: aerotitis media, barotitis, b
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aerotitis

(ār″o-ti´tis) barotitis.
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aerotitis

aerotitis, barotitis, aero-otitis, aviator's ear, aviation otitis, altitude dysbarism 1. Inflammation of the ear, especially the middle ear, due to failure of the eustachian tube to remain open during sudden changes in barometric pressure, which may occur during flying, diving, or working in a pressure chamber. 2. Ottic barotrauma caused by abrupt
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aerotitis

otic barotrauma; aerotitis A blockage of the Eustachian tubes between the middle ear and the pharynx as a result of rapidly changing external air pressure; such as, that which occurs during descent of an aircraft. Eustachian tubes are the passages, one on each side, leading from the throat to the middle ear. The tubes open widely in the act of swa
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