perilymphatic


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per·i·lym·phat·ic

(per'i-lim-fat'ik),
1. Surrounding a lymphatic structure (node or vessel).
2. The spaces and tissues surrounding the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear.

perilymphatic

/peri·lym·phat·ic/ (-lim-fat´ik)
1. pertaining to the perilymph.
2. around a lymphatic vessel.

per·i·lym·phat·ic

(per'i-lim-fat'ik)
1. Surrounding a lymphatic structure (node or vessel).
2. The spaces and tissues surrounding the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear.
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Clinical characteristics and hearing recovery in perilymphatic fistulas of different etiologies.
Perilymphatic fistula: A Washington, DC, experience.
Talbot JM, Wilson DE Computed tomographic diagnosis of X-linked congenital mixed deafness, fixation of the stapedial footplate, and perilymphatic gusher.
Molecular analysis of the POU3F4 gene in patients with clinical and radiographic evidence of X-linked mixed deafness with perilymphatic gusher.
The patient underwent middle ear exploration for suspected ossicular chain injury and perilymphatic fistula.
If ossicular damage is suspected but there is no evidence of a perilymphatic fistula or damage to the stapes footplate, then the timing of surgical intervention is elective.
Bilateral mid- to upper-lung predominant < 5 mm perilymphatic nodules with or without mass-like conglomeration in both upper lungs elicits a differential of inorganic dust exposure and sarcoidosis (Figure 11).
Diffuse parenchymal (or alveolar septal) amyloidosis is in the differential of perilymphatic nodularity but has no zonal predilection and is not associated with bilateral mass-like consolidation.
Multiple thin-walled cysts in a uniform but perilymphatic distribution are most commonly present, with or without an associated pneumothorax (Figure 18).
Beta-2 transferrin assay in clinical management of cerebral spinal fluid and perilymphatic fluid leaks.
Pneumolabyrinth and associated pneumocephalus can be seen in head trauma, (1-5) barotrauma, (6) surgical intervention, (7-10) infection, (11) perilymphatic fistula, (12) and displacement of the footplate.
According to this model, two contiguous fluidic systems--the perilymphatic system and the endolymphatic system--are in hydrostatic equilibrium across a compliant membrane.