What is the rinnes test for deafness?
What is conductive deafness? How is it treated?
what is sensorineural deafness and what is it caused by?
What is the air presdure maintained by in the middle ear and why?
What is the cochlea microphonic signal?
What are the characteristics of the cochlea microphonic signal?
How does each hair display a sharp defined tuning curve?
What is the webers test for deafness?
What are the two variables of travelling pressure waves?
What is the normal range of frequency?
How are pressure differences small?
What is the sound attenuation reflex?
Describe the sound attenuation reflex
How much does the sound attenuation reflex reduce sound transmission by?
How long does the sound attenuation reflex last?
What frequency of sounds does the sound attenuation reflex work for? What time scheme?
describe the transmission of waves in the middle ear
What happens to the pressure waves generated at the oval window?
What is the role of the middle ear?
What does the inner ear control?
Describe the auditory part of the inner ear
What is the bony labyrinth?
What is the role of the cochela, vestibule and semicircular canals?
Describe how the vestibular canals are involved in balance?
Where is the middle ear?
Describe impendence matching
How much is the mechanical force of vibration amplidied from passage from tympanic membrane through ossicles to oval window?