The ear - The Ear 1 ANATOMICAL TERMS(Fill the Blank l...

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1 The Ear 1. ANATOMICAL TERMS: (Fill the Blank) l. perilymph 2. labyrinth 3. endolymph 4. tympanum 5. cochlea 6. mastoid process 7. diagnostic combining forms for eardrum 8. ossicles 9. stapes 10. otopharyngeal auditory tube 11. earwax 12. the external part of the ear 13. auditory ossicles of the middle ear 14. membranous pouches in the vestibule 15. fluid-filled loops behind the vestibule 16. tube that connects the middle ear to the pharynx 17. "like a breast" 18. the 'stirrup' bone 19. the 'hammer' and the ‘anvil' 2. ANATOMICAL TERMS: (Matching terms) 1. pinna 2. utricle 3. labyrinth 4. cerumen 5. stapes 6. mastoid process 7. endolymph 8. cochlea 9. malleus 10. incus 11. vestibule 12. Eustachian tube a. a series of intricate passages within the inner ear containing receptors for hearing and equilibrium b. the anvil; second ossicle in the middle ear c. breast like downward projection of the temporal bone d. the hammer like 1 st ossicle in the middle ear e. the stirrup shaped 3 rd ossicle in the middle ear f. transparent fluid within the membranous labyrinth g. one of the two little sacks in the vestibule (little leather bag) h. cavity at the entrance to the semicircular canals, containing saccules
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course CC 306M taught by Professor Doig during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas.

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The ear - The Ear 1 ANATOMICAL TERMS(Fill the Blank l...

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