PINNA / AURICULA:Collects sound, AUDITORY CANAL:Connects ...
<div>PINNA / AURICULA:</div><div>Collects sound</div>
<div>AUDITORY CANAL:</div><div>Connects the outer ear with the eardrum. </div>
<div>TYMPANIC MEMBRANE:</div><div>Vibrates in response to sound. </div>
<div>EUSTACHIAN TUBE:</div><div>Connects the middle ear with the pharynx. </div>
<div>SEMICIRCULAR DUCTS:</div><div>Contain fluid which moves. </div>
<div>COCHLEA:</div><div>The fluid passes vibrations. </div>
<div>AUDITORY NERVE:</div><div>Send messages to the brain, which are then interpreted as sounds. </div>
<div>MAELLUS </div>
<div>INCUS</div>
<div>STAPES</div>
<div>CHAIN OF OSSICLES</div>
<div>EXTERNAL EAR:</div><div>Picks up the sonorous waves. These waves hit the tympanic membrane. </div>
<div>MIDDLE EAR:</div><div>Transmits the vibrations to the internal ear. </div>
<div>INTERNAL EAR:</div><div>Translates the sounds into electric stimulations so they can be interpretated by the brain. It is made possible thanks to the acoustic hair cells. </div><div>A sound too intensive and too frequent can destroy the acoustic hair cells. Once damaged they never regenerate. The sounds then can´t be transmitted to the brain. That´s the loss audition. </div>

This site uses cookies to deliver our services. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Terms of Service and Cookie Policy. Your use of ThingLink's Products and Services, is subject to these policies and terms.