Barotitis

Earache caused by eg climbing or descending in an aeroplane.
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Barotitis

Barotitis: 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 barotitis (pronounced bar-o-tit-is) is compounded from bar- as in barometer + otitis meaning inflammation of the ear. Alternate terms include aerotitis...
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barotitis

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 barotitis (pronounced bar-o-tit-is) is compounded from bar- as in barometer + otitis meaning inflammation of the ear. Alternate terms include aerotitis, aerotitis...
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barotitis

(bar″o-tiĀ“tis) an inflammatory condition of the ear due to exposure to differing atmospheric pressures, such as those experienced when in an airplane. barotitis media a symptom complex consisting of ear pain, dizziness, and muffled hearing, caused by difference between the atm...
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barotitis

aero-otitis; barotitis Inflammation of the ear caused by pressure changes when auditory tubes are obstructed. It occurs commonly in aviators and divers.
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barotitis

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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