Diagram of the major structures of the human ear
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DIAGRAM OF THE MAJOR STRUCTURES OF THE HUMAN EAR:
Refer back to the diagram. Answer the following questions based on the diagram.
Decide if the question is true
, false or can’t tell based
on the information provided
1. You are looking at one diagram of the ear canal.
2. Sound enters the ear through the auditory canal.
3. Sound enters through the auditory nerve to the cochlea.
4. Hearing problems are the result of damage to the eardrum.
, the eardrum cannot be repaired.
6. It can be assumed from
the diagram that the malleus
, incus and stapes are positioned to conduct sound from the eardrum to the oval window.
7. The basilar membrane is contained in the oval window.
8. The cochlea might be described as resembling a snail.
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