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Tympanic Membrane

tympanic membrane
noun the membrane at the inner end of the external auditory meatus leading from the outer ear, which vibrates with sound and passes the vibrations on to the ossicles in the middle ear. Also called tympanum, eardrum. See illustration at EAR in Supplement

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