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  • As part of a standard evaluation, patients are given a series of tests: a tympanogram, to determine how the eardrums respond to air pressure; an assessment of the cochlea's response to sound; and a standard audiogram, to test the frequency and intensity of sounds that define the span of hearing.

    The New Yorker

  • Then the nurse did the tympanogram, which he failed in both ears.

    Chattablogs

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

  • The tympanogram (puff-of-air test) showed no fluid in either ear.

    Flotsam

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