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o·to·scope / ˈōtəˌskōp/ • n. an instrument designed for visual examination of the eardrum and the passage of the outer ear, typically having a light and a set of lenses. Also called auriscope. DERIVATIVES: o·to·scop·ic / ˌōtəˈskäpik/ adj. o·to·scop·i·cal·ly / ˌōtəˈskäpik(ə)lē/ adv.

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otoscope

otoscope (oh-toh-skohp) n. see auriscope.

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