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Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance

Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance

3. Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance. 1. 2. Sound waves enter the ear through the auditory canal and then travel through the eardrums, where they are converted to vibrations. Millions of tiny hairs enter in the inner ear’s cochlea

By Jims
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Head Trauma

Head Trauma

Head Trauma. Neurosurgical Department Yoon Seung-Hwan, M.D. Classification. closed or penetration focal or diffuse primary or secondary . Primary injury. Scalp injury. contusion laceration hematoma. Skull fracture. simple or compound depressed or linear or basal closed or open

By meryle
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3.03 Remember and understand the structures and functions of the sensory system

3.03 Remember and understand the structures and functions of the sensory system

3.03 Remember and understand the structures and functions of the sensory system. Essential questions. What are the structures of the sensory system?. The Senses. Eyes Sight Ears Hearing Nose Smell Tongue Taste Skin Touch. Eyes. Structures of the eyes. External structures

By walden
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Famous Health Care Professionals

Famous Health Care Professionals

Famous Health Care Professionals. Who is this?. Gabriel Fallopius. Identified the fallopian tubes in females. Bartolomeo Eustachio. Identified the Eustachian tube leading from the ear to the throat. Gabriel Fahrenheit. Created first mercury thermometer. Joseph Lister.

By wayde
(202 views)

Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance

Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance

Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance.

By fisseha
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Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance

Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance

Ear The Organ of Hearing and Balance. 3.

By hazel
(108 views)

Streptococcus and enterococcus ( greoup D Strept )

Streptococcus and enterococcus ( greoup D Strept )

Streptococcus and enterococcus ( greoup D Strept ). Pharyngitis , scarlet fever, skin and soft tissue infections, pneumonia, meningitis, UTI, rheumatic fever, post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis. General Characteristics of Streptococci.

By dillian
(196 views)

Head and Neck Cancers

Head and Neck Cancers

Head and Neck Cancers. Kazumi Chino, M.D. Radiation Oncology. Epidemiology. 52,000 people diagnosed in the US annually 3% of all cancers in the US Men are twice as likely as women to develop a head and neck cancer Dx is most common after age 50. Risk Factors.

By tuan
(363 views)

Allergic Rhinitis and co-morbidities in children

Allergic Rhinitis and co-morbidities in children

Allergic Rhinitis and co-morbidities in children. Meenu Singh. MD, FCCP, FCIAAI Professor of Pediatrics, Advanced Pediatrics Centre, PGIMER, Chandigarh 160012. Allergy can affect different children in different ways. Food Allergy. Atopic Dermatitis. Allergic Rhinitis.

By shani
(297 views)

Acute Otitis Media

Acute Otitis Media

Acute Otitis Media. By Jennifer Naruta, RN. What is Otitis Media?. An acute infection of the middle ear Often follows eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD) or URI. Incidence of OM…. Most episodes occur in first 24 months of life 50% of infants in U.S. have first AOM before 6 months

By torn
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Otitis media, Otitis externa , and Eye diseases:

Otitis media, Otitis externa , and Eye diseases:

Otitis media, Otitis externa , and Eye diseases:. Otitis media : is the inflammation of the area between Eardrum (Tympanic membrane) and the inner ear; including Eustachian tube. -Infections of air-filled cavities of the head occur when normal drainage routes become obstructed .

By marja
(284 views)

Why Do Your Ears Pop on an Airplane?

Why Do Your Ears Pop on an Airplane?

Why Do Your Ears Pop on an Airplane?. By Brittany T. Introduction.

By zlhna
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Otitis Media

Otitis Media

Otitis Media. K. Myra Lalas Peds PGY 2. Definitions.  1. Otitis media with effusion (OME)- presence of middle ear effusion without sings or symptoms of infection

By liliha
(247 views)

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EXTERNAL EAR, MIDDLE EAR AND INNER EAR

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EXTERNAL EAR, MIDDLE EAR AND INNER EAR

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EXTERNAL EAR, MIDDLE EAR AND INNER EAR. Prof. Alexander I. Yashan, MD, PhD. EXTERNAL, MIDDLE AND THE INTERNAL EAR. 1 - external auditory meatus; 2 - Pinna; 3 – ossicles (malleus; incus; stapes) and tympanic membrane;

By elijah-wolfe
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Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function

Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function

Essentials of Pathophysiology. Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function. Conjunctivitis, or inflammation of the conjunctiva, can be caused only by viral organisms.

By pearl-wilkinson
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Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function

Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function

Essentials of Pathophysiology. Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function. Conjunctivitis, or inflammation of the conjunctiva, can be caused only by viral organisms.

By samuel-hanson
(265 views)

Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function

Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function

Essentials of Pathophysiology. Chapter 38 Disorders of Special Sensory Function: Vision, Hearing, and Vestibular Function. Conjunctivitis, or inflammation of the conjunctiva, can be caused only by viral organisms.

By india-carlson
(130 views)

Otitis Media

Otitis Media

Otitis Media. K. Myra Lalas Peds PGY 2. Definitions.  1. Otitis media with effusion (OME)- presence of middle ear effusion without sings or symptoms of infection

By dara-burke
(252 views)

Morbid anatomy and pathophysiology in the cleft palate

Morbid anatomy and pathophysiology in the cleft palate

Morbid anatomy and pathophysiology in the cleft palate. Dr.nuas hasab jafar. Anatomy and physiology. In approaching any surgical problem, one must have understanding of both normal and abnormal anatomy. the muscles form opposing slings that meet in the soft palate raphe.

By ariel-meyers
(239 views)

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