tympanic


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tym·pan·ic

 (tĭm-păn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or resembling a drum.
2. also tym·pa·nal (tĭm′pə-nəl) Anatomy Of or relating to the middle ear or eardrum.

[From Latin tympanum, drum; see tympanum.]

tympanic

(tɪmˈpænɪk)
adj
1. (Architecture) anatomy architect of, relating to, or having a tympanum
2. (Music, other) of, relating to, or resembling a drumhead

tym•pan•ic

(tɪmˈpæn ɪk)

adj.
pertaining or belonging to a tympanum.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tympanic - resembling a drum
2.tympanic - associated with the eardrumtympanic - associated with the eardrum    
Translations

tympanic

adj (Anat) tympanic boneMittelohrknochen m; tympanic membraneTrommelfell nt, → Tympanum nt (spec)

tym·pan·ic

a. timpánico-a, resonante; rel. al tímpano
___ membranemembrana ___;
___ resonanceresonancia ___.

tympanic

adj timpánico
References in classic literature ?
In the back of this head or body--I scarcely know how to speak of it--was the single tight tympanic surface, since known to be anatomically an ear, though it must have been almost useless in our dense air.
6) A perforated tympanic membrane results in loss of hearing due to decreased drum area and liability to recurrent infection of the middle ear mucosa.
We conducted a retrospective study to determine the efficacy of allograft fascia lata in both primary and revision tympanic membrane surgery (myringoplasty).
Contract award notice: Covers probes for tympanic thermometers with provision of tympanic thermometers.
Clinical examination revealed a large, near-total tympanic perforation in her left ear (figure).
They present with ear discharge and hearing loss and with a perforation in the tympanic membrane.
Total ear canal ablation (TECA) was done to remove the necrotic tissues lining ear canal and Tympanic bulla osteoctomy (TBO) done to remove damage part of tympanic membrane and epithelium or middle ear that undergone metaplasia with new bone proliferation of tympanic bulla which was serving as resistant nidus of infection.
The investigation of Tympanic Membrane (TM) mechanics is important for understanding the acoustical and mechanical properties of the sound-path from the ear to the cochlea.
We wish to highlight the relationship between the site of tympanic membrane (TM) perforation and the degree of hearing loss.
The Foramen Tympanicum (FT), or the foramen of Huschke, is a non-metric trait in the tympanic portion of the temporal bone and may remain throughout life.