ear canal

NOUN
  1. either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membrane
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How To Use ear canal In A Sentence

  • Jacobs was examining Rebecca's ear canals for any signs of bleeding or eardrum rupture: `There's... uh... you don't know? CHAINS OF COMMAND
  • The ear canal also named middle ear splays out at the external position.
  • The UE 18 Pro is no "earbud," those things are placed in the cupped area around the outer ear canal; in-ear headphones fit into and, most importantly, seal the ear canal. Crave: The gadget blog
  • Scientists say that all animals orientate their inner ear canals in a similar way when they are alert.
  • This includes the pinna on the side of the head and the external auditory meatus, or ear canal, which terminates at the eardrum.
  • Gentlely Gently pull upward to stain straighten the ear canal.
  • The peripheral system includes the external ear (auricle and ear canal), the tympanic membrane, or eardrum, the middle ear (three small and connected bones: malleus, incus, and stapes), the oval window boundary, and the inner ear (vestibular system and cochlea). You Raising Your Child
  • Under direct vision the excessive hair follicles of the external ear canal and pinna were targeted by the laser beam.
  • The peripheral system includes the external ear (auricle and ear canal), the tympanic membrane, or eardrum, the middle ear (three small and connected bones: malleus, incus, and stapes), the oval window boundary, and the inner ear (vestibular system and cochlea). You Raising Your Child
  • In these cases, the ear canal should be re-examined and cleansed every two to five days until edema of the canal has resolved and the wick is no longer needed.
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