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A&P1 Ear Practice

Practice for A&P1 DelTech Owens Ear Test

The three basic parts of the ear are __. outer ear, middle ear, inner ear
The part of the ear that collects and funnels sound waves, which are converted to mechanical vibrations by the eardrum, is called the __. outer ear
The part of the ear that's basically just an air-filled cavity within the temporal bone that transmits vibrations from the eardrum to the oval window is called the __ __. middle ear
Another word for the middle ear cavity is the __ __. tympanic cavity
The part of the ear that consists of a labyrinth (maze) embedded within the temporal bone containing the mechanoreceptors that trigger both hearing and equilibrium is called the __ __. inner ear
The malleus, the incus, and the stapes make up the __ __. auditory ossicles
Created by: IsaacJ