Diseases of the internal ear may be primary or secondary to an affection of the tympanum or to intracranial disease.
A careful examination of the internal ear shows us that it is constructed so as to respond to such air waves.
I direct my chief attention to the healing of the internal ear, from which I trace all the evil to have sprung.
In either case deafness occurs usually in infancy or childhood, and does its harm by attacking the middle or internal ear.
Giddiness is more commonly associated with affections of the internal ear.
It is to be noted that when the affection is of the internal ear, the result is usually total deafness.
The middle ear contains three bones that convey the vibrations of the tympanum to the internal ear.
Literally, a window; the opening between the middle and internal ear.
We collected a large bottle full from a single porpoise around its internal ear.
Modiolus, mo-dī′o-lus, n. the central stem round which wind the passages of the cochlea of the internal ear.
internal ear n.
See inner ear.