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As a result of nerve damage a person cannot see at all with the lf eye but no problem with rt. the site of injury is in...
left optic tract
Otitis meedia may follow throat infections cuz the...
mucosa of the nasopharynx is continuous with the mucosa of the ear.
what is likely to result in conduction deafness?
stiffness in joints btn bone of mid ear
the blind spot is a place where
the optic nerve leaves the eyeball
organs of Corti are receptos for
soundwaves
Sound waves are translated into nerve impulses in the
Cochlea
the fluid that fills membranous labyrinth is
endolymph
the cochlea
is a coiled structure
contains 3 fluid filled canals
contains organ of corti
this detects change in both motion and posture
vestibular system
this is related to loudness of sound
amplitude
the sense of tast ands smell are detected by
chemoreceptors
myopic eye is what?
nearsighted
hypopic eye is what?
farsighted
Receptors simulated by activ. that occur in muscles and articulations are termed as
proprioceptors
Aqueous humor drains from ant. chamber into the
canal of schlemm