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SOUND AND ITS MEASUREMENT
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF
The Structure of the Conductive
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acoustic air conduction amplitude audible audiology auditory system band of noise basilar membrane binaural bone conduction bony labyrinth brainstem called cell bodies central auditory central nervous system clinical cochlea complex tone conductive mechanism cortex critical band cross-hearing dB SPL decibel difference limen dyne/cm ear canal eardrum earphone Eustachian tube external auditory meatus Figure fluid function hair cells increase inner ear intensity interaural known logarithmic loudness level loudness sensation malleus masker measured membranous labyrinth middle ear milliseconds muscle narrowband noise nerve fibers neurological impulses normal hearing occurs organ of Corti ossicular chain otitis media oval window pathway perilymph phase pinna pitch portion produced pure tone quency ratio referred round window scala media scala tympani scala vestibuli sensation levels sensorineural hearing loss sensorineural mechanism simple harmonic motion sine wave sone sound pressure level spectrum standard stapes stimulus threshold shift tympanic membrane vestibular VIII cranial VIII nerve waveform white noise