Immunologic aspects of otitis media.


The middle ear cleft is a modified gas pocket which functions normally when the gas contents are regulated by a normal eustachian tube, resulting in equalization of middle ear pressure to that of the environment. The most important regulator of this middle ear pressure is the eustachian tube, a critical passageway from the nasopharynx into the middle ear… (More)


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