Anatomy-Physiology
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Cochlear Fluids Lab - Washington University
Studies in this laboratory are directed towards system-level physiology of the cochlea.
Ear Anatomy
A tour of the anatomy of outer, middle, and inner ears.
An Inner Ear Primer - Tulane University
Brief overview of the inner ear functioning and the main pathophysiology of the auditory and vestibular systems.
Audiology Forum: Video Otoscopy; Roy F. Sullivan, Ph.D.
An atlas of clinical video otoscopy images categorically arranged by site of lesion and pathology, designed for audiologists, otologists, primary care physicians.
Auditory Laboratory, University of Western Australia
The laboratory carries out research into hearing and deafness in conjunction with the universities Audiology program.
Eaton-Peabody Laboratory of Auditory Physiology
A consortium between the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, the Research Laboratory of Electronics at M.I.T, Harvard Medical School, and the Massachusetts General Hospital. Its charter is basic research in Auditory Physiology.
EarLab: A digital warehouse of auditory models and data
EarLab is designed to support hearing research and has as its core a data warehouse of experimental and theoretical information related to the hearing sciences.
How the Ear Works - Nature's Solutions for Listening
This site covers the process by which sound is converted to activity in the audiotory nerve and is aimed at a broad audience. The focus is more on hair cell physiology than on cochlear mechanics.
Promenade 'round the cochlea
The aim of this regularly updated site is to assist the teaching of the auditory system (its anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology) to medical and biology students. It may be used as well for Continuing Medical Education programs.This first version mainly addresses our current knowledge on the peripheral end organ: the cochlea.
The Cochlea - graphic tour of the inner ear's machinery
This website covers a number of current topics in cochlear physiology. It is aimed at graduate students and professionals in the field and includes animations of cochlear mechanics produced from a computational model.
WHAT ARE AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIALS?
This site includes an overview of auditory evoked potentials including the Auditory Brainstem Response, the Middle Latency Response, Mismatch Negativity, and Auditory Steady-State Responses.
Auditory System: Anatomy and Physiology Tour
A tutorial on the anatomy and physiology of where and how sound is processed in the brain.

 
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