Definition of Tympanic Membrane

A thin membrane that separates the external auditory canal from the middle ear. The movement of the tympanic membrane in response to air pressure changes in the external ear facilitates the transmission of sound energy by causing vibration of the ossicular chain.

Tympanic Membrane is from the group

Mucosa

Other Names for Tympanic Membrane

Tympanic Membrane
Ear Drum
Eardrum
Membrana Tympanica
Membrane, Tympanic
TM
TM – Tympanic Membrane

Source

NCI Thesaurus License

Topics #Tympanic Membrane Ear Drum Eardrum Membrana Tympanica Membrane #Tympanic TM TM - Tympanic Membrane