aero-otitis

aero-oti·tis .ar-ō-ō-'tīt-əs, .er- n AERO-OTITIS MEDIA

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  • aero-otitis — noun see aero otitis media …   Useful english dictionary

  • aero-otitis — aero oti·tis …   English syllables

  • aero-otitis — A condition of blocked air. Air in the cavity of the middle ear expands and contracts in accordance with Boyle’s law when changes in atmospheric pressure take place. During altitude changes, if the pressure differences with outside air are not… …   Aviation dictionary

  • aero-otitis media — aero otitis me·dia mēd ē ə n the traumatic inflammation of the middle ear resulting from differences between atmospheric pressure and pressure in the middle ear and occurring in high altitude flyers, caisson or tunnel workers, and deep sea divers …   Medical dictionary

  • aero-otitis media — An injury to the middle ear resulting from the difference between the cabin pressure and the pressure within middle ear cavities. It normally results when the aircraft is descending, or if a rapid decompression occurs, to people flying with a… …   Aviation dictionary

  • aero-otitis media — …   Useful english dictionary

  • otitis media — noun inflammation of the middle ear; common in children • Hypernyms: ↑otitis * * * ˈmēdēə noun Etymology: New Latin : inflammation of the middle ear marked by pain, fever, dizziness, and abnormalities of hearing see …   Useful english dictionary

  • ear disease — ▪ human Introduction       any of the diseases or disorders that affect the human ear and hearing.       Impaired hearing (deafness) is, with rare exception, the result of disease or abnormality of the outer, middle, or inner ear. Serious… …   Universalium

  • Barosyndrom — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 T70.0 Barotrauma, Ohr T70.1 Barotrauma, Nasennebenhöhlen T70.2 Sonstige und nicht nähe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Barotitis — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 T70.0 Barotrauma, Ohr T70.1 Barotrauma, Nasennebenhöhlen T70.2 Sonstige und nicht nähe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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