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    Research Paper On Anotia

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    Paelo Manalo Dr. Aida Metzenberg BIOL 241 April 3, 2016 Hear Them Out The first few weeks of pregnancy are the most critical time any complications that can happen to the embryo; most birth defects occur during this time frame. Anotia and Microtia (AM) are birth defects diagnosed when a baby is born. Anotia and Microtia are almost similar diseases. The treatment depends on the severity of the disease and how the ear is formed. The diagnosis for the disease is noticeable at birth however the disease usually develops during the first few weeks of pregnancy. The ear is made up of three different parts; they are the outer, middle, and inner ear. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s article “Facts about Anotia/Microtia,” Anotia…

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    Deafness Research Paper

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    hearing loss in his ear, which occurs when part of the human’s ear system is damaged or doesn’t function properly. it could be noticed when the person is asking everyone to speak slowly and loudly, keep turning the volume of the television and radio up, and will end up avoiding social communications and events. There are three main types of deafness; Conductive deafness is a condition where there is a malfunction in the middle ear (either the ear canal is absent or not open at birth), it starts…

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    that travel into the ear, cause vibrations that pass through to the inner ear, and then sent to the brain. Humans…

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    out from a loud object in all directions and that energy keeps moving through the air until it reaches your ears. That is when you then hear the noise of said loud object. The pinnae (the large outer flaps of your ears), gather all sounds coming from the different directions, they are shaped in a way that allows this. They then go on to channel the energy through into the ear canal. At the end of this ear canal is the eardrum. When the energy, also known as sound waves, hit the eardrum, they…

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    An indication that Lucas has an ear infection is that he’s not sleeping well, he hardly eats, and constantly pulling his ear. In children it might be harder to conclude what these symptoms can be exactly since they don’t really speak clearly to actually express what’s bothering them. Chronic otitis media is an inflammation or infection that lies behind the eardrum, it appears and disappears that’s why it’s considered chronic. Some symptoms of otitis media are: sleeplessness, ear pain which…

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    Our ears have an outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. All of these sections play a role in allowing us to hear sound. The outer ear consists of the ear canal and the ear drum. The middle ear houses three tiny bones called the hammer, anvil, and the stirrup. On the other side of the bones there is a membrane called the oval window. The inner ear holds semicircular tubes and the cochlea. The cochlea is a bony tube shaped like a snail. This tube allows you to hear sounds. Inside the cochlea…

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    communicate over long distance in similar ways, but of course have differences since they evolved from different ancestors. Specific to this paper, elephants and whales are discussed; the way their ears, external or internal, are structures and how each section of their ears function to aid in the process of hearing frequencies from conspecifics. Elephants not only use their large ears to capture frequencies of sound, but they also use fatty cushions in the feet pads to detect vibrations by…

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    Many people ponder over the thought on how they hear sounds, how their ears work, and how different sounds are perceived. Sound is in fact, just the vibration of the particles of an object, but the way the human ear distinguishes different sounds is truly fascinating. Many people have flawless hearing skills, but others have hearing disabilities that prevent them from being able to recognize different pitches of sound, or how loud or soft a sound is. This is defined as hearing loss, however,…

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    3-D Printer Essay

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    This is very similar to the way an inkjet printer sprays ink onto paper. Once the first layer is sprayed, the 3-D printer merely squirts whatever material it is using into more and more layers until the object is complete. It’s remarkable how far the medical field has come since the days of bloodletting and common pneumonia deaths. However, despite the advances that have been made to create modern medicine, there are still areas where technology simply has not kept up with the needs of the…

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    Hearing Loss Process

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    Sound can be found in every aspect of life, and the function of the ears allows one to process these noises and send them to the brain. The human ear has three main parts that work together in order to perform the necessary job: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The outer ear, the section that is visible to the human eye, allows sounds to enter through the ear canal. The eardrum separates the outer ear from the middle ear. When sound reached the middle ear, the ossicles, which…

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