[ awr-uh-skohp ]
/ ˈɔr əˌskoʊp /
- auriol, vincent,
- aurobindo, sri,
Origin of auriscope
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"It is improbable in the highest degree that any steamer is near enough to affect the auriscope," he said.
Constance happened to overlook the table on which stood the auriscope.
/ (ˈɔːrɪˌskəʊp) /
a medical instrument for examinig the external earAlso called: otoscope
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