One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Travelling back outwards, this canal ends at the round window, a membrane that gives back into the middle ear and through which pressure is dissipated.’
- ‘Vibrations of the oval window set the fluid in motion, and a third membrane, the round window in the lower gallery, allows the incompressible fluid to move.’
- ‘Outcome measures for surgical patching of the oval and round windows have varied considerably, with a real difficulty shown in distinguishing between true cure and placebo effect.’
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