Recent Examples of eardrum from the Web
The men knocked him unconscious and left him with a burst eardrum.
Drums Changes in air pressure (experienced when flying or diving), very loud noises, and poking things in your ear can rupture a hole in your eardrum (ouch!).
And by the time the staccato snarls of DMX began assaulting my eardrums at jet-engine volume levels, I was locked all the way in.
It’s full-throttle, piercing eardrums, headaches for the coaches at the end of practice.
Like media companies around the world, Australia’s newspaper and television station owners are contending with the rise of internet companies like Facebook and Google, which are drawing away advertising dollars, eyeballs and eardrums.
The sound level 28 years ago from the Walkman, with its flimsy headphones, was much lower than today’s high-fidelity smartphones with earbuds that deliver louder sound much closer to the eardrum.
If music could leave visual marks, everyone watching Metz at Thalia Hall on Monday would have departed with black-and-blue bruises in addition to their ringing eardrums.
The device allows a parent to look at the eardrum, take a picture, and then for $49, upload that picture so a doctor-on-demand can make a diagnosis and save that parent a trip to the emergency room in the middle of the night.
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