Human head and neck Spiral ganglion

Exploring Caspase-Independent Apoptosis of Type I spiral Ganglion Neurons BackgroundExploring Caspase-Independent Apoptosis of Type I spiral Ganglion Neurons Background
Previous studies have shown that too much glutamate induces cochlear tissue damage. 2 Glutamate is the neurotransmitter released from inner hair cells at synapses with Type I sgn. Spiral ganglion
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Erin M. BaileyErin M. Bailey
Postnatal Expression of Neurotrophic Factors Accessible to Spiral Ganglion Neurons in the Auditory System of Adult Hearing and Deafened Rats. Spiral ganglion
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Pc hanavan, Au. D., Cmds 274 Speech Science Final Chapter 9: Auditory SystemPc hanavan, Au. D., Cmds 274 Speech Science Final Chapter 9: Auditory System
This middle ear phenomenon created by the tympanic membrane and smaller footplate recovers about 24 dB of sound pressure. Spiral ganglion
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Electronic Supplementary Material (esm) for: Ultrasonic hearing and echolocation in the earliest toothed whalesElectronic Supplementary Material (esm) for: Ultrasonic hearing and echolocation in the earliest toothed whales
For laminar lengths, laminar gaps and spiral ganglion canal diameters, the measurements were taken at every quarter turn along the length of the cochlea, with the initial measurement taken immediately internal to the fenestra rotunda. Spiral ganglion
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Problem Set 4: Mechanotransduction, Olfaction, and VisionProblem Set 4: Mechanotransduction, Olfaction, and Vision
It turned out that an antibiotic furosemide selectively destroys outer hair cells in both cochleas. What would happen to the auditory processing?. Spiral ganglion
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Problem Set 4: MechanotransductionProblem Set 4: Mechanotransduction
It turned out that an antibiotic furosemide selectively destroys outer hair cells in both cochleas. What would happen to the auditory processing?. Spiral ganglion
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There are two cochlear windows: oval and round. The oval window is the window through which the stapes conveys sound vibrations to the inner ear fluids. From Lindsay and Norman (1972). Spiral ganglion
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Balance notesBalance notes
The structure of the external and middle ear is not relevant for balance. Structures used for sensing orientation and head acceleration (other than the eyes) are part of the inner ear. Spiral ganglion
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