tubotympanic

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tubotympanic

 [too″bo-tim-pan´ik]
pertaining to the auditory tube and tympanic cavity.
tubotympanic disease inflammatory disease of the middle ear, resulting from eustachian tube dysfunction and decreased pressure in the tympanic cavity.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

tu·bo·tym·pan·ic

, tubotympanal (tū'bō-tim-pan'ik, -tim'pă-năl),
Relating to the pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube and the tympanic cavity of the ear.
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tu·bo·tym·pan·ic

, tubotympanal (tū'bō-tim-pan'ik, -tim'pă-năl)
Relating to the auditory tube and the tympanic cavity of the ear.
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4 13.33 Out of 30 patients with sensorineural component and CSOM, 17 patients had tubotympanic disease and 13 patients had atticoantral disease.
Of the 101 CSOM cases, 92 had tubotympanic disease and 9 had atticoantral disease.
Part II: Tubotympanic disease. Radiology1983; 148:455-9.
The term "Tubotympanic disease" is sometimes used to describe COM with a central perforation.
The term "Tubotympanic disease" is sometimes used to describe COM with a central perforation, which can be achieved either conservatively or by surgical approach.
Of the parameters studied, three were reliable to predict ossicular discontinuity in tubotympanic disease viz.
Chronic suppurative otitis media can be of 2 types, Tubotympanic disease (mucosal) and Atticoantral (squamosal) disease.
In my study, majority had tubotympanic disease (78.15%) as compared to atticoantral disease (21.85%).
High resolution computed tomography of the middle ear and mastoid: tubotympanic disease. Radiology 1983;148:455-459.
Patients with age group of 16 to 60 years of either sex with Tubotympanic disease (Safe CSOM) having dry ear for minimum period of 6 weeks.
Tubotympanic disease has minimal risk of serious complications as compared to atticoantral.
METHOD OF COLLECTION OF DATA: Two hundred patients who underwent tympanoplasty for a CSOM, tubotympanic disease, dry ear were included in this study.