Leudet tinnitus

Leu·det tin·ni·tus

(lū-dā'),
a dry spasmodic click, audible also through the otoscope, heard in catarrhal inflammation of the eustachian tube; caused by reflex spasm of the tensor palati muscle.

Leu·det tin·ni·tus

(lū-dā' tin'i-tŭs)
A dry spasmodic click, also audible through the otoscope, heard in catarrhal inflammation of the pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube; caused by reflex spasm of the tensor palati muscle.

Leudet,

Théodor E., French physician, 1825-1887.
Leudet tinnitus - a dry spasmodic click heard in catarrhal inflammation of the eustachian tube.