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2 A collective name for the bones in the middle ear.
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What are OSSICLES?
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4 This is the nerve that sends information that you hear to your brain.
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What is the 8th, or Auditory Nerve?
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6 Wax on!
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What is cerumen?
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8 These are frequency specific and are located in the cochlea.
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What are HAIR CELLS?
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10 You can see these when you look into someone’s ear with the otoscope (3 things).
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What are TYMPANIC MEMBRANE, REFLECTED LIGHT, and CERUMEN?
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12 Hertz is a measure of this.
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What is FREQUENCY?
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14 Anatomical name for the part of the ear where earrings are found.
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What is the PINNA or AURICLE?
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16 Q-tips should be kept out of here.
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What is the external auditory meatus/canal?
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18 It’s shaped like a snail and has hair cells.
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What is the COCHLEA?
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20 Tympanic membrane
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Unformatted text preview: you look into the ear canal. 25 What are the eardrum, cerumen, and reflected light? 26 This chart shows your hearing ability with X’s and O’s. 27 What is an audiogram? 28 This person tests hearing. 29 Who is an audiologist? 30 DECIBELS measure this. 31 Who is LOUDNESS? 32 This kind of aid fits within the pinna. 33 What is IN-THE-EAR? 34 For this type of aid, only the ear mold is in the pinna, and the rest is hidden. 35 What is BEHIND-THE-EAR? 36 This is what hearing aids do to sound. 37 What is AMPLIFY? 38 Don’t get hearing aids wet; this damages them. 39 What is water? 40 Keeping your iPod too loud can cause this. 41 What is hearing loss? 42 Results from a problem in the inner ear. 43 What is a sensorineural loss? 44 Results from a problem in the outer or middle ear. 45 What is a CONDUCTIVE LOSS? 46 A cause of hearing loss in the elderly. 47 What is PRESBYCUSIS? 48 Ringing in your ears. 49 What is TINNITUS? 50 Use ear protection to avoid this. 51 What is EXPOSURE TO LOUD NOISE?...
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