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Abbreviation : EC
Long Form : ear canal
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2019 Examining the Evidence for an Adult Healthy Middle Ear Microbiome. ME, NP, OM
2019 Sound pressure distribution within human ear canals: II. Reverse mechanical stimulation. OAEs, TM
2018 Pressure in the Cochlea During Infrared Irradiation. ST
2017 Attenuating the ear canal feedback pressure of a laser-driven hearing aid. CHA, EPO, micro-CT
2014 External and middle ear sound pressure distribution and acoustic coupling to the tympanic membrane. MEC, TM
2014 Investigation of Pulse Transit Times utilizing multisite reflectance photoplethysmography under conditions of artificially induced peripheral vasoconstriction. PPG, PTT, RIF
2014 Sound pressure distribution within natural and artificial human ear canals: forward stimulation. TM
2014 The human ear canal: investigation of its suitability for monitoring photoplethysmographs and arterial oxygen saturation. LIF, PPG, RIF
2012 Mastoidectomy cavity obliteration with bioactive glass: a pilot study. BG, ENT
10  2012 Reverse transmission along the ossicular chain in gerbil. ---
11  2011 CO(2) gas exchange across the human tympanic membrane is not appreciably affected by pathology. MS, TM
12  2010 Ossicular motion related to middle ear transmission delay in gerbil. ---
13  2009 In vivo measurement of O(2) and CO(2) gas exchange across the human tympanic membrane. MS, TM
14  2008 Observations on mastoid versus ear canal recorded cochlear microphonic in newborns and adults. AN, CM
15  2006 Middle ear cavity and ear canal pressure-driven stapes velocity responses in human cadaveric temporal bones. MEC, TM
16  2000 A noninvasive method for estimating acoustic admittance at the tympanic membrane. TM, TM
17  2000 Transtympanic versus tympanic membrane electrocochleography in examining cochleovestibular disorders. AP, EcoG, SP, TM, TT
18  1990 Effects of electrode placement on the auditory brainstem response using ear canal electrodes. ABR, SEmeas