Cochlea sentence example

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  • The apex of the cochlea is turned towards, and almost reaches the anterior wall of the occipital condyle; at most it makes but half a twist or turn; it possesses both Reissner's membrane and the organ of Corti.
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  • The electrodes in the cochlea collect the impulses from the stimulator and send them to the brain.
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  • A cochlear implant is a surgical treatment for hearing loss that works like an artificial human cochlea in the inner ear, helping to send sound from the ear to the brain.
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  • As the vibrations from the bones in the middle ear enter the cochlea, they cause the fluid to move.
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  • The inner ear consists of an organ called the cochlea, which is shaped like a snail's shell.
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  • The inner ear, which contains the cochlea - the hearing organ - and the vestibular organs - the organs of balance.
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  • These electrical impulses flow through electrodes contained in a narrow, flexible tube that has been threaded into the cochlea during surgery and stimulate the auditory nerve.
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  • It works on the principle that a healthy cochlea will produce a faint echo when stimulated with sound.
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  • The cochlea consists of a spiral canal, set in bone and filled with a fluid called endolymph.
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  • The overall length of the cochlea is shorter in Down's syndrome and the spiral ganglion cell population is reduced.
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  • The electrodes are inserted into the cochlea and replace the hair cells which are not working or are damaged.
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  • As yet we don't know if this means she would be able to have hearing aids or cochlea implants.
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  • Therefore, freqency analysis of the incoming signal takes place at the auditory periphery, within the cochlea.
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  • Electrodes are surgically implanted into the cochlea through a hole drilled in the mastoid bone.
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  • Otoacoustic emission (OAE)-Sounds or echoes created by vibrations of hair cells in the cochlea in response to sound; used to screen for hearing impairment in newborns.
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  • A cochlear implant bypasses damaged hair cells in the child's cochlea and helps establish some degree of hearing by stimulating the hearing (auditory) nerve directly.
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  • The most common type of deafness is caused by damaged hair cells in the cochlea.
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  • The cochlea is a fluid-filled canal in the inner ear that is shaped like a snail shell.
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  • As sound vibrates the fluid in the cochlea, the cilia move.
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  • The surgeon then places the receiver-stimulator into a well made in the bone and gently threads the electrodes into the cochlea.
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  • If the hearing aid cannot improve hearing enough, a physician then performs a physical examination and orders a scan of the inner ear, because some patients with a scarred cochlea are not good candidates for cochlear implants.
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  • It is made up of the cochlea and the semicircular canals.
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  • The cochlea is involved in transmitting sounds to the brain.
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  • An adjunct test of audiometry is acoustic immitance testing which assesses the facility with which sound can travel from the external ear to the cochlea inside the ear.
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  • He explained accurately the mechanism of the bones of the ear, and he discussed the physiological action of the cochlea on the principles of sympathetic vibration.
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