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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X-linked mixed deafness with congenital fixation of the stapedial footplate and perilymphatic gusher.
Differential diagnosis includes OME, perilymphatic fistula, and BPVC (Baloh & Honrubia).
sup][28] reported that preexposure by perilymphatic application of edaravone reduced NIHL in guinea pigs.
Measurements were performed by lowering the double-barreled ion-selective electrode into the fistula of the perilymphatic sac, using a micromanipulator under visual guidance (OPNI 1, Carl Zeiss, Thornwood, NY).
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.
There were multiple, high-risk, histologic features including tumor necrosis, pagetoid spread, perilymphatic spread, and neurovascular infiltration (Figure 2, A and B).
Beta-2 transferrin assay in clinical management of cerebral spinal fluid and perilymphatic fluid leaks.
In our patient, viral culture of the perilymphatic fluid remained negative while the PCR findings were positive.
Multiple thin-walled cysts in a uniform but perilymphatic distribution are most commonly present, with or without an associated pneumothorax (Figure 18).
4) Low CSF pressure may induce low perilymphatic pressure and, in theory, low perilymphatic pressure may trigger a pressure imbalance, leading to compensatory endolymphatic compartment swelling.
Case of perilymphatic fistula caused by medially displaced tympanostomy tube.
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.