auditory meatus

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Noun1.auditory meatus - either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membraneauditory meatus - either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membrane
auricular point, auriculare - the craniometric point at the center of the opening of the external acoustic meatus
meatus - a natural body passageway
external ear, outer ear - the part of the ear visible externally
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The nervus intermedius enters the internal auditory meatus immediately after leaving the brainstem and travels with the facial nerve through the facial canal (Figure 1).
Ear plugs are the ear inserts which occlude external auditory meatus when fitted in it.
There was a mass located at the entrance of the internal auditory meatus at the root of the left facial nerve.
On examination, no wound was found in the neck and the external auditory meatus was packed, with no active bleed.
Further, high-resolution axial CT scan revealed a dilatation of the lateral end of the internal auditory meatus and a deficit or absence in the basal turn of the cochlea [Figure 1].
The owner chose palliative treatment, and a debulking procedure was performed on the left external auditory meatus mass 52 days after initial presentation to control self-trauma.
Specimens of molluscum contagiosum developed in the external auditory meatus.
After thorough examination of aural canal, the animal was positioned in lateral recumbency and swab was placed at external auditory meatus to prevent haematoma draining into ear canal.
Clinically patients were with either a marginal tympanic membrane perforation or a tympanic membrane inadequately visualized owing to the presence of granulations or squamous debris in the external auditory meatus.
This time we could not get clear surgical margins, and the tumor was approaching the external auditory meatus.