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Anatomy of the Ear… by Vanessa R. Patient Expert Posted Mon 23 Feb 2009 10:13pm … embroidered! Beautiful and quite detailed work by craftster user ‘ weird_lover_wilde ‘. It was a gift for her doctor. All I can say is that she did an excellent work, and it’s also anatomically correct! “I love my doctor.  He is the kindest man in the world, and he’s been looking after my family for over 20 years.  I wanted to m ... Read on »
Real Pictures - Inner Ear Anatomy and Cochlear Implantation by Lily's Dad Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 May 2010 12:00am Incredible photos of inner ear anatomy like the cochlea and all those little hair cells that are typically damaged when there is hearing loss.  There are also photos of inserted cochlear implants.  Under the Authors' names, click on "To view images only click here". Read on »
Ear Anatomy and PBL by CCLCM Student .. Medical Student Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:04pm I have a relatively easy week for once: no clinic, no research class. I'll be paying for this toward the end of the month though. We studied the ear today in anatomy lab. There are actually two senses in the ear: hearing of course, and also the vestibular system. The vestibular system is a part of your sense of balance. And if you're lik ... Read on »
The Biggest Ear Problems for Sleep Apnea Sufferers by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 12:45pm If you have obstructive sleep apnea, chances are, you're likely to have some sort of an ear problem. There are a number of reasons why you're going to be prone to various ear problems, but in many cases, the problem is not actually coming from the ear. To better manage your ear issues, you first have to understand your ear anatomy, and the di ... Read on »
How a jab in your ear could banish tinnitus for good by DeafBlog Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Jul 2009 9:53am An injection that's administered into the eardrum could help relieve tinnitus, the Daily Mail reports. The jab contains a drug that blocks the brain chemical glutamate, which is thought to play a key role in the development of tinnitus. Laboratory research showed that a single dose of the drug cured tinnitus in people with noise-induced ... Read on »
Johns Hopkins Grows New Ear for Patient Who Had Cancer and Had Part of Her Ear and Face Removed–New Ear Grown in Her Arm & by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Sep 2012 3:25pm This is very cool as the forearm of the patient was used as the area to “plant and grow” her new ear.  If you have been reading about regenerative medicine for a while you might remember from about 3 years the mouse that had the human ear growing on it, so it looks as though this has progressed in a very short amount of time to have a human pat ... Read on »
Is making ear impressions for in ear monitors (IEMs) different than making ear impressions for hearing aids? by Danielle N. Patient Expert Posted Thu 12 Mar 2009 3:58pm Again, Another interesting article about IEM ( In- Ear Monitor). I had to copy and paste it because the direct website wouldn't link for some reason. Ear Impressions for In-Ear Monitor (IEM) Systems Keith Gordon,, Director of Marketing, VitaSound Is making ear impressions for in ear monitors (IEMs) different than making ear impressio ... Read on »
Ears, Ears and More Ears by Bethany B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:19pm I took Payton to the ENT today because I thought she had an ear infection because she has not been feeling that great. They said there was no infection, but that there was still fluid in her ears. She also had a hearing test and pretty much failed it. :( We are having her second set of tubes put in on May 30. We are hoping she won't have to have ... Read on »
Ears, ears, ears by Val B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 27 Apr 2012 6:50am Yes, I will schedule an ear tune up an hour and a half away for child #1 and be back to school before 1 p.m. for child #2's IEP. Crazy I know but it worked. We got the boy all fixed up. He sat drawing, rolling his eyes, making snide remarks, etc etc, as his wonderful Audiologist MAPped BOTH ears, fixed the MIX for his FM so he c ... Read on »
tinnitus treatment - Are Your Ears Ringing? by beyondtinnitus Posted Sat 16 Jul 2011 5:51am   Are your ears ringing? Well, you’re not alone. Ear ringing (also called tinnitus) is a sensation of hearing ringing (or buzzing, hissing, whistling, etc.) sound in the ear in the absence of such sound says tinnitus treatment specialist. What causes ear ringing? According to tinnitus therapy specialist, there are two prim ... Read on »