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Vestibulocochlear VIII - Cranial Nerves

Vestibulocochlear VIII - Cranial Nerves

HERE IS WHAT I HAD DONE TO MY EAR PICTURE #3 | Ossicular Chain Reconstruction

HERE IS WHAT I HAD DONE TO MY EAR PICTURE #3 | Ossicular Chain Reconstruction

3 bones responsible for conduction of sound waves in the middle ear. At top left is the malleus (hammer) which strikes the incus (anvil - at right of malleus); the incus is joined to the stapes (stirrups)

3 bones responsible for conduction of sound waves in the middle ear. At top left is the malleus (hammer) which strikes the incus (anvil - at right of malleus); the incus is joined to the stapes (stirrups)

3 bones responsible for conduction of sound waves in the middle ear. At top left is the malleus (hammer) which strikes the incus (anvil - at right of malleus); the incus is joined to the stapes (stirrups)

3 bones responsible for conduction of sound waves in the middle ear. At top left is the malleus (hammer) which strikes the incus (anvil - at right of malleus); the incus is joined to the stapes (stirrups)

Bone conduction headphones delivers audio as sound vibrations to your inner ear through the bone.

Bone conduction headphones delivers audio as sound vibrations to your inner ear through the bone.

Image result for classification of tympanogram

Image result for classification of tympanogram

cholesteatoma pathogenesis: remember any causes for retraction pockets? what are the risk factors? - serous otitis media (OME) is the most important risk factor for retraction pocket in the TM. see http://archotol.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?volume=118=12=1298

cholesteatoma pathogenesis: remember any causes for retraction pockets? what are the risk factors? - serous otitis media (OME) is the most important risk factor for retraction pocket in the TM. see http://archotol.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?volume=118=12=1298