telephone ear

telephone ear

noise-induced hearing loss due to exposure to static over telephones.

tel·e·phone ear

(tel'ĕ-fōn ēr)
Noise-induced hearing loss due to exposure to static over telephones.
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In the late postoperative period, one patient had suture exposition, one had recurrence, six had cold intolerance, one had a bad scar, and one had a telephone ear deformity.
Telephone ear deformity was observed in one patient.
Late-stage telephone ear deformity was observed in one patient, who was treated using conchal cartilage excision.
Reported inadequate esthetic outcomes include telephone ear deformity, irregularities in cartilage, insufficient correction, overcorrection, and recurrence.
Q IN the Laurel and Hardy films, Stan often placed a telephone ear piece against the handset to startle callers.
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