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Title Fibrocartilaginous eustachian tube : middle ear cleft / edited by Bernard Ars
Published The Hague : Kugler ; Monroe, NY : Distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Library Research Associates, [2003]
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Description 1 online resource (x, 226 pages) : illustrations
Contents Preface; Introduction; History; The history of the anatomy and physiology of the fibrocartilaginous eustachian tube; Phylogeny; Phylogeny of hearing and auditory structures; Morphology and physiology; Developmental morphology of the middle ear cleft; Development of the fibrocartilaginous eustachian tube; Opening and closure of the fibrocartilaginous eustachian tube; Balance of pressure variations in the middle ear cleft; Inflammatory mediators, gas composition, and middle ear epithelial pathophysiology: an experimental approach using cell culture
Summary Acute and chronic ear disease continues to be one of the leading diseases of childhood. Understanding eustachian tube function and management remains one of the most important aspects in controlling inflammatory ear disease. Chronic ear disease requires elaborate surgical interventions designed to bypass eustachian tube dysfunction and/or poor mastoid aeration, since surgical management of the eustachian tube has been elusive. Our understanding of the ear and hearing continues to expand at record pace, as auditory neuroscientists discover the fundamental molecular structure and function of the
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Eustachian tube -- Diseases.
Middle ear -- Diseases.
Eustachian Tube -- anatomy & histology.
Eustachian Tube -- physiopathology.
Form Electronic book
Author Ars, B. (Bernard)
ISBN 1280739185
9062997430 (electronic bk.)
9789062997435 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Middle ear cleft