How Sounds Travel Through The Ear (External Ear : ear-anatomy-outer (The…
How Sounds Travel Through The Ear
The sound must pass through the
before entering the ear canal.
As soon as the sound pass through the auricle, it goes through
external acoustic meatus,
then moves to the tympanic membrane.
reproduce vibrations coming from sound waves. After creating those vibration, it sends it through the 3 bones in the middle ear.
receives vibrations to the malleus and sends it to the stapes, medially.
allows the vibration to go through to the oval window.
After receiving pressure from the the stapes, the
allows the sound to ENTER in.
conducts sounds vibration to the cochlear duct & secrets perilymph.
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allows the vibration that receives from the tympanic membrane and sends it to the next ossicles.