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LATIN WORD PERTAINING TO SENSE OF HEARING
AUDITORY
ACUTENESS OR SHARPNESS OF HEARING
AUDITORY ACUITY
LATIN WORD PERTAINING TO THE EAR
AURAL
EAR WAX
CERUMEN
TUMOR OF DESQUAMATED EPITHELIUM AND CHOLESTRIN CRYSTALS WHICH OFTEN CONTAINS INFECTIOUS BACTERIA OR ACTS AS FOREIGN BODY; MAY BE FOUND IN MIDDLE EAR OR MASTOID
CHOLESTEATOMA
TRANSMISSION OF SOUND WAVES THROUGH CONDUCTING MEDIA OF AIR OR BONE
CONDUCTION
HEARING LOSS CAUSED BY A DEFECT IN THE EXTERNAL OR MIDDLE EAR
CONDUCTION LOSS
MEASUREMENT OF DEGREE OF HEARING OR HEARING LOSS
DECIBEL
INFLAMMATION OF THE AIR CELLS OF THE MASTOID PROCESS
MASTOIDITIS
DISORDER OF THE LABYRINGH OF THE INNER EAR WITH SYMPTOMS INCLUDING PROGRESSIVE DEAFNESS, TINNITUS, DIZZINESS, AND A SENSATION OF FULLNESS OR PRESSURE IN EARS
MENIERE'S DISEASE
INFLAMMATION OF MIDDLE EAR-ACUTE OR CHRONIC
OTITIS MEDIA
GREEK WORK PERTAINING TO THE EAR
OTO
STUDY OF THE EAR, ITS FUNCTIONS AND DISEASES
OTOLOGY
EARACHE
OTALGIA
CONDITION CHARACTERIZED BY CHRONIC PROGESSIVE DEAFNESS CAUSED BY FORMATION OF SPONGY BONE, ESPECIALLY AROUND OVAL WINDOW WITH RESULTING IMMOBILITY AND FIXATION OF STAPES
OTOSCLEROSIS
INCISION INTO TYMPANIC MEMBRANE UNDER DIRECT VISION TO TREAT ACUTE OTITIS MEDIA OR TO RELEASE FLUID IN MIDDLE EAR; TUBES ARE FREQUENTLY INSERTED THROUGH TYMPANIC MEMBRANE IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PROCEDURE
MYRINGOTOMY
SMALL, DRAINAGE TUBES PLACED IN TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TO PREVENT ACCUMULATION OF FLUID IN MIDDLE EAR
PRESSURE EQUALIZATION TUBE--PE TUBES
HEARING LOSS CAUSED BY A DEFECT IN THE INNER EAR RESULTING FROM DAMAGE TO NERVE TISSUE AND/OR SENSORY PATHS TO BRAIN
SENSORINEURAL LOSS
RINGING OR TINKLING SOUND IN EAR
TINNITUS
SENSATION OF MOVING AROUND IN SPACE OR OF HAVING OBJECTS MOVE AROUND YOU; MAKES IT DIFFICULT TO MAINTAIN EQUILIBRIUM
VERTIGO
AN ABNORMAL SENSITIVENESS TO ODORS
HYPEROSMIA
BONY/CARTILAGENOUS PARTITION DIVIDING THE NASAL CAVITY INTO 2 NASAL FOSSAE
NASAL SEPTUM
PERTAINING TO SENSE OF SMELL
OLFACTORY
INFLAMMATION OF THE NASAL MUCOSAE
RHINITIS
A CAVITY WITHIN A BONE
SINUS
INCISION INTO TYMPANIC MEMBRANE UNDER DIRECT VISION TO TREAT ACUTE OTITIS MEDIA OR TO RELEASE FLUID IN MIDDLE EAR; TUBES ARE FREQUENTLY INSERTED THROUGH TYMPANIC MEMBRANE IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PROCEDURE
MYRINGOTOMY
SURGICAL REMOVAL OF MASTOID AIR CELLS, POSTERIOR AND SUPERIOR BONY EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL WALLS, TYMPANIC MEMBRANE, AND MALLEUS AND INCUS
MASTOIDECTOMY
ANY PROCEDURE PERFORMED TO REPAIR DEFECTS IN TYMPANIC MEMBRANE AND OR MIDDLE EAR STRUCTURES
TYMPANOPLASTY
SURGICAL IMPLANTATION OF AN ELECTRONIC HEARING DEVICE IN COCHLEA
COCHLEAR IMPLANT
REMOVAL OF STAPES AND REESTABLISHMENT OF LINKAGE BETWEEN INCUS AND OVAL WINDOW BY INTERPOSITION OF VEIN GRAFT, POLYETHYLENE TUBE, OR OTHER PROSTHESIS
STAPEDECTOMY
HEMORRHAGE FROM NOSE; NOSE BLEED
EPISTAXIS
LOCATED BILATERALLY BETWEEN UPPER TEETH AND EYES
MAXILLARY SINUSES
LOCATED ABOVE EYES
FRONTAL SINUS
LOCATED BILATERALLY BETWEEN NOSE AND EYES
ETHMOID SINUS CELLS
LOCATED ALMOST IN CENTER OF SKULL
SPHENOIDAL SINUSES
REMOVAL OF DISEASED PORTION OF THE MIDDLE TURBINATE, REMOVAL OF ETHMOIDAL CELLS, AND REMOVAL OF ALL DISEASED TISSUE IN NASAL FOSSA THROUGH A NASAL OR EXTERNAL APPROACH
ETHMOIDECTOMY
CREATION OF A NEW PASSAGEWAY FOR DRAINAGE AND REMOVAL OF ANY DISEASED TISSUE IN SPHENOIDAL SINUSES ; INCISION IS MADE THROUGH AN INTRANASAL OR EXTERNAL APPROACH
SPHENOIDECTOMY
REMOVAL OF PORTIONS OF THE INFERIOR AND MIDDLE TURBINATES TO INCREASE AERATION AND DRAINAGE AND RELIEVE PRESSURE AGAINST THE FLOOR OF THE NOSE
TURBINECTOMY
CREATION OF A NEW PASSAGEWAY BETWEEN MAXILLARY SINUSES AND NASAL CAVITY TO ESTABLISH DRAINAGE AND REMOVE ANY DISEASED TISSUE, POLYPS, OR TUMORS; INCISION IS MADE IN ORAL MUCOUS MEMBRANE ABOVE CANINE TEETH CALLED THE CANINE FOSSA
CALDWELL-LUC (RADICAL ANTROSTOMY)
INVOLVES ENDOSCOPIC RESECTION OF INFLAMMATORY AND ANATOMIC DEFECTS OF THE SINUSES
ENDOSCOPIC SINUS SURGERY
SWALLOWING
DEGLUTITION
SENSE OF TASTE
GUSTATION
ANY BENIGN EPITHELIAL TUMOR
PAPILLOMA
INFLAMMATION OF MOUTH
STOMATITIS
SUBTOTAL OR TOTAL REMOVAL OF PAROTID GLAND AND ANY ASSOCIATED TUMORS OR LESIONS
PAROTIDECTOMY
DIRECT VISUALIZATION OF THE LARYNX THROUGH A FIBEROPTIC ENDOSCOPE (LARYNGOSCOPE) TO REMOVE FOREIGN BODIES
LARYNGOSCOPY
EN BLOC REMOVAL OF LYMPHATIC CHAINS AND ALL NONVITAL STRUCTURES OF THE NECK TO ARREST THE METASTATIC CANCER OF THE CERVICAL LYMPHATIC CHAIN
RADICAL NECK DISSECTION