Medical Definition of Auris
1. Synonym: ear. Origin: L. (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auris
Literary usage of Auris
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body by John Bell, Charles Bell (1829)
"ANTERIOR auris is a very delicate, thin, and narrow expansion, arising about the zygoma, or rather from the fascia, with which the zygoma is covered : it is ..."
2. Manual of Diseases of the Ear: Including Those of the Nose and Throat in by Thomas Barr (1901)
"SPONTANEOUS H^MATOMA auris. Hematoma auris may also arise without a traumatic cause. The swelling may be developed spontaneously and very quickly, ..."
3. A Course of Instruction in Zootomy (vertebrata.) by Thomas Jeffery Parker (1906)
"The columella auris (Fig. 36), a small rod of combined bone and ... The columella auris (after WK Parker) x 14. The cartilaginous parts are dotted. ..."
4. Diseases of the Ear by Philip D. Kerrison (1921)
"... auris transillumination gives a dark purplish color over the area of the blood collection or clot. Lupus. — Tubercular lesions of the skin covering the ..."
5. A dictionary of the German terms used in medicine by George Rogers Cutter (1879)
"... ear mirror, otoscope, speculum auris. ... m., ear trumpet ; speculum auris, otoscope, tubular or conical otoscope. ..."