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Chapter 44. TympanometryAlexandra Ryan, MD, Kimberley Dilley, MD, MPH
Topics Discussed: ear, nose, and throat; tympanometry.
Age younger than 7 months. Studies have shown
that tympanometry in infants 07 months of age is inaccurate
due to the high compliance of the ear canal in these patients.
Recent ear surgery, such as stapedectomy, myringoplasty, or tympanoplasty.
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