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  • Ear Riddle

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    parts of the ear are as follows. From the outside in, the exterior ear is the pinna and the external auditory canal 1. The eardrum separates the outer ear from the middle ear, where the ossicles are 1. The ossicles are three small bones that are called the malleus, incus, and stapes 1. Moving further in, the inner ear includes cochlea which contains the nerves for hearing, the vestibule and the semicircular canals which has receptors for balance (“Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear”, 2017) 1. How

  • The Ear, The Middle, And The Inner Ear

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    The ear is sectioned off into three parts, the outer, the middle, and the inner ear. Each section serves its own function to the hearing of an individual. The external portion of the ear includes the auricle, the auditory canal, and the eardrum outer layer. The auricle is the cartilage that is covered by skin on opposite sides of the head, the auditory canal, more commonly called the ear canal, is the tunnel in which sound waves travel down, and the ear drum, also known as the tympanic membrane.

  • Questions On The Human Ear

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    important of the five senses. The human ear is very complex in structure and fragile through growth and development. The structure of an ear is made of three parts; the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. In order to hear, sound waves pass through the outer ear, causing vibrations at the eardrum inside the middle ear. From here, the vibrations are amplified and pass through fluid-like substance in a snail-shaped structure called the cochlea, located in the inner ear. The cochlea has tiny hairs that

  • Anatomy And Physiology Of The Ear

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    three separate segments that make up the ear. There is an outer, middle, and inner ear. If any of these structures were to receive some sort of trauma it could in turn cause some major damage and produce some serious complications. This paper is going to discuss the anatomy and physiology of the ear, different traumas in each segment of the ear, some signs and symptoms of ear trauma, treatments, and complications that can proceed from the trauma. External ear Trauma The pinna (auricle) and external

  • Ear Acupuncture Essay

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    Auricular or ear acupuncture has been around for a very long time. It is also known as Auriculotherapy or acupressure. Dr. Paul Nogier, a Frenchman, developed this form of acupuncture in 1957. Dr. Nogier is considered the, “...father of modern ear acupuncture” (Gori). There were also reports of ear acupuncture being used in, “... Ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece and all [of] the Mediterranean area” (Gori). All of the different systems of acupuncture, originated in China around 500 B.C from the book

  • Physiology Of The Ear - Original Writing

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    Introduction The ear is a combination of different organs and body parts that in conjunction allow us to hear. It is a sensitive piece of anatomy that can easily be abused, different frequencies at certain amplitudes through out our audible and inaudible ranges can slowly or very quickly damage our ability to perceive audio, even through something as simple as listening to your headphones mildly to loud. This damage can be present in many different forms each with variable extremities.

  • I have a Malformed Ear

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    left ear is a unique part of me that I have lived with for much of my young life. Regardless of the changes I have been through it is still a fundamental part of who I am. The choice of changing my appearance was an important stage of my life that once set in motion was near irreversible. On reflection, thinking back I have begun to realise just how much of an impact the whole process has had and I am only now considering the possible effects it could have on my future. My decision to have ear reconstruction

  • The Ear And Hearing Loss Essay

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    The Ear and Hearing Loss The ear is the organ of hearing and balance in vertebrates. The ear converts sound waves in the air, to nerve impulses which are sent to the brain, where the brain interprets them as sounds instead of vibrations. The innermost part of the ear maintains equilibrium or balance. The vestibular apparatus contains semicircular canals which in turn balance you. Any movement by the head, and this apparatus sends a signal to the brain so that your reflex action is to move your

  • Structure Of The Ear : How It Sounds

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    Structure of the Ear (How we translate sounds) To understand how deafness occurs, we first need to understand how people regularly hear. The ear can be split into three divisions: the external ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The external ear collects sound waves and sends the waves down to the ear canal which then vibrate the eardrum. The middle ear carries sound waves to the inner ear and also contains the smallest bones in the body. The middle ear also contains the Eustachian tube which

  • Essay on Ear and Following Questions

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    Reading TV news viewership has declined steadily over the past two decades. Several factors may have contributed to the decline: busy lifestyles, lack of interest, and the rise of the Internet. As viewership has declined, the remaining viewers have aged. Today, the average evening news viewer is 60 years old. TV networks' response to these changes has largely been negative. They have dropped hard news in favor of opinion pieces, "puff pieces," and stories that are of interest only to their older

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