endaural

endaural

 [end-aw´ral]
within the ear.

end·au·ral

(end-aw'răl),
Within the ear.
[endo- + L. auris, ear]

endaural

/end·au·ral/ (-aw´r'l) within the ear.

end·au·ral

(end-awr'ăl)
Within the ear.
[endo- + L. auris, ear]

endaural

within the ear.
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The various surgical approaches to tympanoplasty include endomeatal (per meatal), endaural, and postauricular routes.
In both groups, the external auditory canal was infiltrated with anesthetic (1% lidocaine), and in the microscopic group, an endaural skin incision was made.
Holmgreen endaural ear speculum 5 mm,plester suction tube with grip plate, cut off hole and stylet, leur, 5 fr, 20 cm
Surgical approaches were either transcanal or endaural depending on the size of the external auditory meatus.
Similarly, with postaural approach, temporalis fascia graft can also be harvested with the same incision while in permeatal or endaural approach, a separate incision is needed to take the same graft.
8 The recurrence risk of tympanic sinus disease through endaural method was reported around 3.
Exposure for viewing these areas often requires wide drilling of mastoid either by retroauricular or endaural incision.
The patient underwent surgery through an endaural approach.
The patient subsequently underwent complete excision of the sinus tract under general anesthesia, with a combination of endaural and postauricular dissection.
Naim et al based their choice of procedure on the severity of the case; they recommended a transcanal or endaural approach for a minimally invasive condition and a postauricular approach and canal-wall-down technique in cases of mastoid involvement.