tympanic

[adj] - associated with the eardrum
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Tympanic

Tympanic: 1. Pertaining to the tympanum (the eardrum). 2. Pertaining to the tympanic cavity. 3. Bell-like or resonant.
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tympanic

adjective associated with the eardrum
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tympanic

(tim-pan┬┤ik) bell-like; resonant. Called also tympanal and tympanitic. of or pertaining to the tympanic cavity.
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Tympanic

• (n.) The tympanic bone. • (a.) Like a tympanum or drum; acting like a drumhead; as, a tympanic membrane. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the tympanum.
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tympanic

tympanic 1. Associated wtih the eardrum. 2. Referring to the tympanic cavity (major portion of the middle ear, consisting of a narrow air-filled cavity in the temporal bone that contains the bones of the middle ear). 3. Bell-like or resonant.
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tympanic

(nervous) Type: Term Definitions: 1. a plexus on the promontory of the labyrinthine wall of the tympanic cavity, formed by the tympanic nerve, an anastomotic branch of the facial, and sympathetic branches from the internal carotid plexus; it supplies the mucosa of the middle ear, mastoid cells, and auditory (eustachian) tube and ...
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tympanic

Type: Term Pronunciation: tim-pan′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to the tympanic cavity or membrane. 2. Resonant. Synonyms: tympanitic2, tympanal1
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tympanic

related to the eardrum or tympanum
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