Otolaryngology - Animated Medical Dictionary

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The FOCUS Animated Pocket Dictionary of OTOLARYNGOLOGY is the first ever animated dictionary in the subject. A valuable reference for physicians and students alike, it covers over 85 otolaryngology related terms and definitions. All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions.

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Otolaryngology - Animated Medical Dictionary
  • Acoustic neuroma

    Acoustic neuroma is a non-cancerous (benign) tumor of the vestibular cochlear nerve which connects the inner ear with the brain. Symptoms include lack of steadiness, loss of hearing, and ringing sound in the ear (tinnitus). It is also known as vestibular schwannoma.

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  • Acoustic trauma

    Acoustic trauma is any injury that affects the hearing mechanism present within the inner ear. It is commonly associated with loud noise near the ear and can often lead to hearing loss or ringing sound in the ear (tinnitus).

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  • Adam's apple

    The adam's apple is the protrusion in the front of the throat formed by the projecting thyroid cartilage. The Adam's apple is more prominent in men than in women.

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  • Adenoids

    Adenoids are lymph tissues present in the back of the throat, behind our nose. It is part of the immune system and helps protect against infection. It can swell naturally or following infection. This leads to bad breath, dry and sour throat, persistent runny nose, and snoring.

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  • Allergic rhinitis

    Allergic Rhinitis or Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen, dust or cold affecting the sinus and upper respiratory tract. It is characterized by runny nose, sneezing, itchy throat and eyes.

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  • Auditory nerve

    Auditory nerve is the nerve that connects the inner ear with the brain. These eighth pair of cranial nerves transmit sensory impulses concerned with hearing and balance.

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  • Auditory tube

    Auditory tube or eustachian tube or pharyngotympanic tube, is a slender cartilage tube lined with mucus memebrane, which connects the middle ear with the nasopharynx. Its main function is to equalise atmospheric pressure in the middle ear.

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  • Auricle

    Auricle, also called Pinna, is the externally visible part of the ear.

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  • Benign ear cyst

    Benign ear cyst is a solid or fluid filled, non-cancerous sac in the ear. Sebaceous cyst containing dead cells and oil is the most common benign cyst found in the ear. It can also develop due to frequent exposure to cold water. They are often not painful and may be felt as a soft lump, when present on the outer portions of the ear.

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  • Bullous myringitis

    Bullous myringitis or infectious myringitis is a form of otitis media that causes inflammation of the tympanic membrane (eardrum) which is often a result of middle ear infection. It is painful and is associated with the formation of bulla/blisters over the tympanic membrane. Symptoms include irritability, difficulty in sleeping, fever, pain in the ear, discharge from ear, hearing difficulties, loss of balance, and loss of appetite.

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