Human head and neck Bony labyrinth

Glaucoma: excess pressure of the Can lead to destruction of some optic nerve fibers Retinal detachmentGlaucoma: excess pressure of the Can lead to destruction of some optic nerve fibers Retinal detachment
Pinna: projecting from the side of the head that collects sound waves and directs them into the auditory canal. Bony labyrinth
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The Eye Key termsThe Eye Key terms
Aqueous and vitreous humors: the watery fluid that fills the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye. Bony labyrinth
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Sense Organs Part 2: the Ear and the EyeSense Organs Part 2: the Ear and the Eye
Runs from the external auditory meatus slightly upward through an s-shaped course to the membrane (eardrum). Bony labyrinth
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Anatomy of the Ear Divided into 3 major areas: outer, middle, innerAnatomy of the Ear Divided into 3 major areas: outer, middle, inner
Spiral Organ of Corti: contains the receptors for hearing called the sensory hair. Bony labyrinth
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Biology 2423: Special Senses AssignmentBiology 2423: Special Senses Assignment
Contains vitreous body; helps maintain shape of eyeball & keeps retina attached to choroids. Bony labyrinth
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Ssb histology Lab V inner Ear ssb week 5 ►►► note: Slide numbers may differSsb histology Lab V inner Ear ssb week 5 ►►► note: Slide numbers may differ
Note: Slide numbers may differ from box to box. If you don't have the slide listed, ask your colleagues. Bony labyrinth
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Internal earInternal ear
This space is filled with a clear fluid called the perilymph, within which the membranous labyrinth is suspended. Bony labyrinth
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Neuroscience 9b Vestibular Apparatus and PathwaysNeuroscience 9b Vestibular Apparatus and Pathways
Draw a diagram of the basic arrangement of the vestibular apparatus (utricle, saccule, and semicircular canals) of the inner ear. Bony labyrinth
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