Sunday, June 29, 2014

Trace Sound as it Enters the Body: Learn Major Ear Structures

The anatomy of the ear includes quite a few intricate and specialized areas. Tracing the normal path of sound waves as they enter the ear can help one to commit some of the major ear anatomical structures to memory. These flash cards include ten of the ear's major structures, starting externally and moving inward.

Directions:
  1. Click on the first slide below to enlarge.
  2. Click on the slide or the thumbnail at the bottom of the screen to advance to the next slide.
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Trace path of sound through the body

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Major structures of the ear

Pinna

External Auditory Canal

Tympanic Membrane

Malleus

Incus

Stapes

Oval Window

Cochlea

Organ of Corti

Cranial Nerve VIII

Medical Terminology Flash Cards on the Ear

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