Tympanic Membrane and Hearing Aid Fitting Part II

Last week’s blog provided basic anatomical  background related to the tympanic membrane  (TM). The intent of this week’s blog is to take the anatomical information related to the TM from last week, combine it with some additional information, and then show how the TM, working behind the scenes, influences the clinical hearing aid practice.  …

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Tympanic Membrane – Anatomical Influence on Hearing Aid Fittings

Descriptions of the ear canal, and understanding not just its anatomy, but also its termination (tympanic membrane/eardrum), have significant implications for the taking of ear impressions, and also for any device that couples an auditory device to the ear.  There are certain issues that have always bothered me relative to this topic, so I decided…

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