Siegle otoscope

Sie·gle o·to·scope

(zē'gĕl),
an otosclerosis with a bulb attachment by which the air pressure in the external auditory canal can be varied, thus imparting movement to the tympanic membrane, if intact, while under inspection.

Sie·gle o·to·scope

(zē'gĕl ō'tō-skōp)
An otoscope with a bulb attachment by which the air pressure can be varied, thus imparting movement to the tympanic membrane, if intact, while under inspection.

Siegle,

Emil, German otologist, 1833-1900.
Siegle otoscope - an ear speculum.
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