Middle-Ear Physiology: Ventilation and Pressure Regulation
Like the lung, the middle ear is an organ in the human body that must maintain an aerated cavity within it for the fulfillment of its function. When hypoventilation occurs in the lungs it threatens the maintenance of life, and when it occurs in the middle ear it causes loss of hearing, which is an important function for maintaining the quality of life.
KeywordsPressure Regulation Eustachian Tube Otitis Medium With Effusion Eustachian Tube Function Mastoid Area
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