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.
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Siegle,

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