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SPA5102SYL07 - SPA 5102 AUDITORY ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY...

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SPA 5102 AUDITORY ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Fall, 2007 Scott K. Griffiths, Ph.D. Class Meets: W 2nd&3rd Office: Rm. 339 Dauer Hall In TURL 2305 Hours: M & F 8:30 to 11:00 am Section # 5719 Tel.: 392-2113 ext. 248 E-mail: [email protected] The goal of this course is to provide audiology students with an understanding of the anatomical structures involved in audition, the functions they serve, and the general character and presentation of disorders of these structures. Behavioral Objectives . Students will be able to: 1) Correctly identify key structures of the external and middle ear. 2) Correctly identify key structures of the inner ear. 3) Correctly identify and differentiate the functions of the human ear. 4) Correctly identify the auditory portions of the central nervous system, and identify processing associated with these sites. 5) Correctly identify the symptoms, diagnostic results, and prognosis associated with common auditory disorders. Text: Musiek,F. & Baran, J. The Auditory System: Anatomy, Physiology, And Clinical Correlates. Boston: Allyn And Bacon OUTLINE OF CLASS : Dates Topics Readings Presentations 29-Aug/5-Sep Intro/Outer Ear Ch 1, 2 12-Sep Middle Ear 3 exostosis and osteoma 19-26 Sep Inner 4 stages of eustachian tube dysfunction 3-Oct Inner 5 10-Oct Inner-Wrap up 6 familial sensorineural hearing loss 17-Oct VIIIth nerve & Physio, Coding 7 meningitis 24-Oct MID-TERM 31-Oct central structures 8,9 7-Nov Sup Olive, Mid-brain & Thalamus 10, 11 auditory neuropathy 14-Nov Cortical structures 12, hyperbilirubinemia and kernicterus 14-Nov Cortical processing 13, 14 21-Nov descending auditory tracks 15 28-Nov Papers 5-Dec Papers
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