Origin of middle ear
Examples from the Web for middle ear
An aural discharge is, however, most commonly of middle-ear origin.
Provided there is no middle-ear suppuration, a foreign body left in the ear will very rarely cause any immediate harm.
In such cases, if there be no middle-ear suppuration, it is wiser to leave the condition alone.
If middle-ear suppuration be present operation is generally advisable.
(i) As the result of middle-ear suppuration the malleus and incus may become exfoliated.