*  Vestibulocochlear nerve - Wikipedia
Some older texts call the nerve the acoustic or auditory nerve, but these terms have fallen out of widespread use because they ... The other two sensory organs supplied by the vestibular neurons are the maculae of the saccule and utricle. Hair cells of the ... The vestibulocochlear nerve (auditory vestibular nerve), known as the eighth cranial nerve, transmits sound and equilibrium ( ... the cochlear nerve and the vestibular nerve. Cranial nerve 8, the vestibulocochlear nerve, goes to the middle portion of the ...
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*  V, VII Pair of Cranial Nerves | Vertigo | Vestibular System
... trigeminal nerve, n.trigeminus and sensitive system of the face and head, symptoms of its damage Short anatomical data.... ... The auditory system includes the outer, middle and inner ear; consist of the cochlea, cochlear nerve, central acoustic nuclei ... Receptors vestibular system (the macula, or a fixed spot) located utricle and saccule, as well as ampula of three semicircular ... VII pair of cranial nerves, facial nerve, n. facialis Brief anatomical and physiological data. Facial nerve has motor, sensory ...
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*  Outline of human anatomy - Wikipedia
Inner layer of eyeball Retina Ora serrata Optic disc Macula Fovea centralis Optic nerve (see nervous system) Retinal blood ... Auditory ossicles Stapes Incus Malleus Articulations of auditory ossicles Ligaments of auditory ossicles Muscles of auditory ... Tragicus Pyramidal muscle of auricle Antitragicus Transverse muscle of auricle Oblique muscle of auricle External acoustic ... nerve Medial cutaneous nerve of arm Medial cutaneous nerve of forearm Median nerve Ulnar nerve Radial nerve Axillary nerve ...
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*  Pap 0111 | Auditory System | Brainstem
Nerve The vibration pattern set up on the cochlear partition reflects the temporal and spectral properties in an acoustic ... Input is from both the maculae and cristae. Fukuda et al. which are also referred to as the 'spinal cerebellum' (Kotchabkakdi ... in which the transformation of the auditory nerve input has been studied extensively.600 Hz. since different auditory nerve ... the central auditory system receives information about stimulus frequency in terms of which fibers of the auditory nerve are ...
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*  Inner ear - Wikipedia
The hair cells are the primary auditory receptor cells and they are also known as auditory sensory cells, acoustic hair cells, ... The macula sacculi detects vertical acceleration while the macula utriculi is responsible for horizontal acceleration. These ... The inner ear is innervated by the eighth cranial nerve in all vertebrates. The labyrinth can be divided by layer or by region ... As the auditory placode invaginates towards the embryonic mesoderm, it forms the auditory vesicle or otocyst. The auditory ...
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*  4 - Retina + central visual pathways Flashcards by Megan Scotcher | Brainscape
Left homonymous hemianopia with macula sparing:. - where is the lesion?. - what is the cause?. - why is the macula spared? ... Depolarisation of hair cells in the auditory pathway is dependant on the influx of which ion? ... Optic nerve. - Optic nerve glioma/meningioma. - Trauma. - Retinoblastoma 7 Bitemporal hemianopia:. - where is the lesion?. - ... Retinal pigment epithelium is not pigmented (no melanin), so light entering retina is not dampened down = damaged macula cells ...
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*  Head And Neck Session 6 Flashcards by Charlotte Manton | Brainscape
Cranial aspect, helix, anti helix and lobule = greater auricular nerve. Skin anterior to EAM = auriculotemporal nerve (CNV3) ... What do hair cells of the macula of utricle and saccule and hair cells of the crest in the semicircular ducts stimulate? ... Where is the spiral organ of Corti (receptor of auditory stimuli) located? ... What is the internal acoustic meatus? ~1 cm long canal in petrous part of temporal bone, opening in the posteromedial part of ...
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*  MeSH Semantic Type: Cell [T025]
Mechanoreceptors located in the acoustic maculae and the semicircular canals that mediate the sense of balance, movement, and ... Cells of the innermost nuclear layer of the retina, the ganglion cell layer, which project axons through the optic nerve to the ... Mechanoreceptors located in the organ of Corti that are sensitive to auditory stimuli and in the vestibular apparatus that are ... Merkel cells are closely associated with an expanded terminal bulb of an afferent myelinated nerve fiber. Do not confuse with ...
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*  Free Medical Flashcards about The Eye and Ear
auditory meatus. auditory canal. auditory nerve fibers. carry impulses from the inner ear to the brain (cerebral cortex), these ... acoustic neuroma. benign tumor arising from the acoustic vestibulocochlear nerve in the brain. ... macula. yellowish region on the retina lateral to and slightly below the optic disc; contains fovea centralis, which is the ... point at which optic nerve fibers cross in the brain. optic disc. region at the back of the eye where the optic nerve meets the ...
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*  Gluteal nerve, superior | definition of gluteal nerve, superior by Medical dictionary
What is gluteal nerve, superior? Meaning of gluteal nerve, superior medical term. What does gluteal nerve, superior mean? ... Looking for online definition of gluteal nerve, superior in the Medical Dictionary? gluteal nerve, superior explanation free. ... acoustic nerve. Auditory nerve. See: illustration. adrenergic nerve. A nerve that uses a catecholamine as its main ... saccular nerve the branch of the vestibular nerve that innervates the macula of the saccule. ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... for anterograde tracing from the acoustic ganglion to selectively label auditory axons within the developing VIIIth nerve. ... The cristae and maculae contain vestibular hair cells that transduce mechanical stimuli to subserve the special sense of ... In the auditory system, selective labeling of auditory axons within the VIIIth cranial nerve would enhance the study of central ... Auditory, Chick, Axon Tracing, VIIIth Cranial Nerve, nerve, ganglion, fiber, cochlear duct, basilar papilla, embryo, ...
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*  XII. Surface Anatomy and Surface Markings. 2. Surface Markings of Special Regions of the Head and Neck. Gray, Henry. 1918....
Nerves. The facial nerve at its exit from the stylomastoid foramen is situated about 2.5 cm. from the surface, opposite the ... With this the lens, the vessels of the retina, the optic disk, and the macula lutea can all be inspected (Fig. 1206).. 32. ... Preauricular Point. A point on the posterior root of the zygomatic arch immediately in front of the external acoustic meatus.. ... 1203), the choanæ, the nasal septum, the nasal conchæ, and the pharyngeal ostia of the auditory tubes can all be examined. ...
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*  Index of anatomy articles - Wikipedia
... cortex auditory meatus auditory ossicles auditory radiations auditory system auditory tube auricle auriculotemporal nerve ... cuneate nucleus accessory nerve accessory olivary nucleus accommodation reflex acetabulum Achilles tendon acoustic nerve ... macroscopic macula macular sparing magnocellular nuclei main pulmonary artery major duodenal papilla malleolus malleus ... cranial cranial autonomic ganglia cranial bone cranial nerve ganglia cranial nerve lesion cranial nerve nuclei cranial nerves ...
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*  Utriculus masculinus | definition of utriculus masculinus by Medical dictionary
acoustic maculae. *auditory hair. *bony labyrinth. *cochlea. *elliptical recess of bony labyrinth ... each has a patch of ciliated receptor epithelium innervated by the vestibular nerve. ...
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*  Area of superficial cardiac dullness | definition of area of superficial cardiac dullness by Medical dictionary
acoustic a's auditory areas.. association a's areas of the cerebral cortex (excluding primary areas) connected with each other ... area centralis See macula lutea.. area of comfort Zone of comfort. See Percival criterion.. extrastriate visual area See visual ... 2. All of the part supplied by a given artery or nerve. See also: regio, region, space, spatium, zone. ... known as the primary and secondary auditory areas. Called also acoustic areas. ...
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*  Sensory hair | definition of sensory hair by Medical dictionary
auditory nerve. *auditory ossicles. *auditory tube. *deafness autosomal dominant type 12. *deafness autosomal recessive type 16 ... Leupeptin protects sensory hair cells from acoustic trauma.. Pharmacologic manipulation of the labyrinth with novel and ... internal auditory meatus. *neuroepithelium of ampullary crest. *neuroepithelium of macula. *otolith. *snout ... discovered that the mutation in miR-96 prevents development of the auditory sensory hair cells.. Function of novel molecule ...
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*  The Sensory Systems of the Human Body | Online Medical Library
Weber´s law ✓, signal detection theory ✓, auditory and vestibular system ✓, nystagmus test ✓, olfactory sense ✓. Read more! ... It describes the acoustic pressure in relation to the auditory threshold.. The auditory threshold is the minimal acoustic ... The papilla n. optici is located medial to the macula lutea and marks the exit of the optic nerve. Due to missing ... The Auditory System. Our auditory sense converts acoustic waves - meaning fluctuations in pressure in our surroundings - into ...
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*  Swim bladder - Wikipedia
In some deep sea fishes like the Antimora, the swim bladder maybe also connected to the Macula of saccule in order for the ... The swim bladder has, also, been worked in as an accessory to the auditory organs of certain fishes. All physiologists admit ... Onuki, A; Ohmori Y.; Somiya H. (January 2006). "Spinal Nerve Innervation to the Sonic Muscle and Sonic Motor Nucleus in Red ... It simulates high-energy sound waves in aquatic far-field, plane-wave acoustic conditions. Siphonophores have a special swim ...
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nerve *Macula lutea *Small yellowish area in the center of the retina directly behind the lens which has a depression in the ... Auditory tube. Tympanic membrane (eardrum). Pharynx. External auditory meatus 14. Inner Ear. Structure and Function. osseus ... Audiometer measures various acoustic frequencies to test hearing *Pneumatic otoscope is an otoscope that allows air to be blown ... Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerve Roots (Sensory and Motor) - Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerve Roots (Sensory and Motor) Fig. 1.4.1 ...
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Mechanosensory Lateral Line Nerve Projections to Auditory Neurons in the Dorsal Descending Octaval Nucleus in the Goldfish, ... METHODS: Ten normal volunteers, chosen to have low-normal thresholds for acoustic vestibular activation, participated. In the ... Nonmammalian vertebrates possess a third otolith endorgan, the macula lagena. Different functions have been ascribed to the ... www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27532270/mechanosensory-lateral-line-nerve-projections-to-auditory-neurons-in-the-dorsal-descending- ...
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*  Acoustic lemniscus: Definition with Acoustic lemniscus Pictures and Photos
Definition of Acoustic lemniscus with photos and pictures, translations, sample usage, and additional links for more ... acoustic lens. acoustic maculae. acoustic meatus. acoustic modem. acoustic nerve. acoustic nerve diseases. acoustic neurilemoma ... Synonym: lemniscus lateralis, acoustic lemniscus, auditory lemniscus, auditory tract, lateral fillet. (05 Mar 2000) ... acoustic couplers. acoustic crest. acoustic delay line. acoustic device. acoustic emission. acoustic emissions. acoustic energy ...
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*  Eyes And Ears Flashcards by Zeth Renae Raquedan | Brainscape
part of sclera that is piered by the optic nerve and fused with the dura of the nerve ... entry of optic nerve in the retina, blind spot, insensitive to light ... the extrinsic and intrinsic muscles of the auricle is supplied by what nerve ... auditory canal 108 the middle ear contains what that transmits vibrations of the tympanic membrane to the perilymph of the int ...
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*  Anatonomina
Scheme of neurones of auditory pathway. 4 neuronal afferent centripetal tract terminating in the primary acoustic cortex of ... Axons of bipolar neurons form the cochlear nerve. Cochlear nerve terminates in the cochlear nuclei (2. N) in the brainstem. ... Macula. Macula and central fovea. Photograph. Anatomy of the head and neck ... and they joint the vestibular nerve to form the vestibulocochlear nerve. ...
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*  Ear tipping | Article about ear tipping by The Free Dictionary
This movement stimulates the sensory hair cells to send impulses along the auditory nerve to the brain. ... the elements of the latter become altered in shape and convert acoustic pressure into nerve impulses. The middle ear consists ... Each of the otolith organs also has a sensory area, called a macula, that contains hair cells and supporting cells. The cilia ... These are the sensory hearing cells, connected at their base with the auditory nerve. ...
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*  Protocols and Video Articles Authored by Bernd Fritzsch
Auditory and vestibular nuclei form from several rhombomeres and a given rhombomere can contribute to two or more auditory or ... These nerves ran together with spinal nerves innervating the muscles, suggesting that fasciculation with existing fibers is ... 2002 , Pubmed ID: 12052904 The neurons of the cochlear ganglion transmit acoustic information between the inner ear and the ... Uvular injections result in many more labeled fibers in the gravistatic maculae than in the canals' cristae. In contrast, ...
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