ear canal

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Synonyms for ear canal

either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membrane

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purulent secretions in 4 external ear canals (of which, insipissated pus in 1 external ear canal), ceruminous secretions in 3 external ear canals, ulceration in 3 external ear canals and excessive hair that were grossly invisible in 4 external ear canals.
A month before admission at the University of Georgia, the referring veterinarian had performed a physical examination, complete blood count, plasma biochemical profile, skull radiographs, ear cytologic examination, and aerobic culture of the left external ear canal.
Examination of external ear canals revealed moderate sticky discharges with significantly offensive smell.
We performed mycologic analyses on debris and scraping samples from the external ear canals of 95 patients who had been clinically diagnosed with otomycosis.
Isolation of bacterial pathogen(s) or mites from ear helps direct initial treatment but does not necessarily imply causation of otitis media/interna, because the organisms can be isolated from external ear canals of apparently healthy animals (Yeruham et al.
Yeast (Malassezia pachydermatis) is the most common organism isolated from external ear canals (Hallu et al.