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Physiology of Hearing & Equilibrium

Physiology of Hearing & Equilibrium

Physiology of Hearing & Equilibrium. Dr. Vishal Sharma. Parts of hearing apparatus. Conductive apparatus: external & middle ear Conducts mechanical sound impulse to inner ear Perceptive apparatus: cochlea Converts mechanical sound impulse into electrical

By Audrey
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Vertigo

Vertigo

Vertigo. Dr. Abdulrahman Alsanosi Associate professor King Saud University Otolaryngology consultant Otologist , Neurotologist &Skull Base Surgeon King Abdulaziz University Hospital / KFMC. What are the components of balance system ?. Inner ear (3 semicicular canals and otolith organ )

By Antony
(496 views)

The Five Senses

The Five Senses

The Five Senses. The Sense of Touch. =. The skin allows us to have the sense of touch. =. What are the FUNCTIONS of the SKIN?. Protection. Protects the body from infection, injury, and water loss. Maintains body Temperature. helps us regulate body temperature through perspiration.

By daniel_millan
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The “Ear” is housed within the TEMPORAL BONE

The “Ear” is housed within the TEMPORAL BONE

The “Ear” is housed within the TEMPORAL BONE. The Pinna - cartilaginous, highly variable in appearance, some landmarks. External Auditory Canal (or external auditory meatus) - 2.5 cm tube. The Outer Ear Consists of:. Pinna Landmarks. Helix Antihelix Concha Tragus Intertragal Notch

By Pat_Xavi
(813 views)

Lecture 7 Special Senses

Lecture 7 Special Senses

Lecture 7 Special Senses. The Senses. General senses of touch Temperature Pressure Pain Special senses Smell Taste Sight Hearing Equilibrium. Slide 8.1. Sensory Pathway. Receptors Sensory Neurons Sensory tracts Sensory area. The Eye and Vision.

By dusty
(477 views)

2019 CROP TOUR

2019 CROP TOUR

2019 CROP TOUR. Premier Team Members. Kurt Simmons, Zach Weaver, Tom Billman, Maynard Birkey, Mike Bush, Shane Drayer, John Flavin, Eddie Hannagan, Mike Kuhns, Brandon Smith, Rich Thomas. Crop Tour Facts. Ear Count Ear Count range 15,000-43,000

By kelii
(472 views)

Pediatric OMT

Pediatric OMT

Pediatric OMT. Angela K Tyson, DO, FACOP OSU Spring Fling 2019. Disclosure. I have no relevant financial relationships or affiliations with commercial interests to disclose. Objectives. Review the 5 models of osteopathic patient care

By massimo
(3072 views)

Ears

Ears

Ears. 1. Warm up. What is the condition called where the eye is egg shaped instead of round? What is the colored portion of the eye? What is the window of the eye? What does the conjunctiva line? Where is the optic disk located? What lies directly behind the pupil?

By koen
(401 views)

Common ENT diseases

Common ENT diseases

Common ENT diseases. Prepared by dr : Latifa Mari’e. Many common ENT disorders presenting to the hospital emergency department could be managed in primary care. .

By lynne
(925 views)

Hearing

Hearing

Hearing. Functions of the ear. Hearing (Parts involved): External ear Middle ear Internal ear Equilibrium sense (Parts involved): Internal ear. Anatomical consideration. Outer ear: Pinna External canal Tympanic Membrane (funnel shaped, pointing inward). Anatomical consideration.

By charlton
(188 views)

Health Habits for Quality of Life

Health Habits for Quality of Life

Health Habits for Quality of Life. How can we create an action plan in order to positively change our health habits?. Do Now.

By linus
(484 views)

Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease

Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease

Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease. Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease.

By von
(264 views)

Hearing

Hearing

Hearing. Prepared By Dr. Mohammed Shaat. Introduction. Hearing is the ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations through an ear. It is also called Audition It is a type of Mechanoreceptor sense. Anatomy of EAR. The ear is formed of three anatomical and functional parts:

By angelito
(120 views)

The Inner Ear

The Inner Ear

The Inner Ear. Inner ear anatomy. Anatomy. Inner ear consists of : Bony Labyrinth: filled with a fluid called perilymph, consists of 3 parts: The Vestibule The Semicircular Canals: 3 in number (Lateral, Posterior, Superior)

By aimee
(450 views)

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. ﴿و ما أوتيتم من العلم إلا قليلا﴾. صدق الله العظيم الاسراء اية 58. Physiology of Special Senses. By Dr. Abdel Aziz M. Hussein Lecturer of Medical Physiology. Special Senses. Vision (Eye). Hearing (Ear). Smell (Nose). Equilibrium (Inner Ear). Taste (Tongue).

By roosevelt
(648 views)

SENSATION

SENSATION

SENSATION. dEF : the process by which our brain and nervous system receive input from the environment Our senses use transduction : transform one energy into another. VISION. VISIBLE LIGHT. The visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum (very limited in humans)

By darren
(119 views)

Hearing, Ears, and Audiology

Hearing, Ears, and Audiology

Hearing, Ears, and Audiology. Where Does Sound Come From?. A vibration creates a wave Travels through liquids, solids, and gases Frequency = Pitch Bass to treble Amplitude = Loudness/ Volume. Outer Ear. Pinna/Outer Ear Funnels sound waves into the ear canal External Ear Canal

By reynard
(310 views)

Hearing Conservation & Noise Exposure

Hearing Conservation & Noise Exposure

Hearing Conservation & Noise Exposure. Objectives. What is sound? How the ear works How to measure noise What does OSHA says about noise? Reading hearing tests Hearing Protection. Hertz (Hz) Frequency a high or low pitch . Decibels (dB) The loudness of the sound. What is Sound?.

By walda
(498 views)

ISAIAH 47-48

ISAIAH 47-48

ISAIAH 47-48.

By havyn
(212 views)

CHAPTER 23

CHAPTER 23

CHAPTER 23. EYE, OCULAR ADNEXA, AUDITORY, AND OPERATING MICROSCOPE. Eye and Ocular Adnexa (65091-68899) (1 of 3). Terminology extremely important Code descriptions often vary only slightly. Figure 23.1. Eye and Ocular Adnexa (65091-68899) (2 of 3). Codes divided anatomically, examples:

By kalani
(926 views)

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