|Author:||Imrich Friedmann,John Ballantyne|
|Subcategory:||Medicine & Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition (April 1, 1984)|
|Other formats:||lit mobi lrf lit|
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Includes bibliographies and index. Personal Name: Ballantyne, John. Friedmann, I. (Imrich). Personal Name: Friedmann, I. Rubrics: Ultrastructure (Biology) Labyrinth Ultrastructure Atlases Labyrinthe (Ear) Anatomy. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
a book in 1984 entitled Ultrastructural Atlas of the Inner Ear.
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A three-dimensional inner stereocilium model is established by PATRAN
A three-dimensional inner stereocilium model is established by PATRAN. According to the relevant data, the corresponding pressure is applied to one side of the inner stereocilia. All sensory hair cells of the inner ear exist in extracellular fluid, but in some areas the fluid has the characteristics of intracellular fluid, as far as concentrations of K+ and Na+ are concerned.
The inner ear, consisting of the cochlea and the vestibular receptors, is concealed in a multilayered bony structure. Ultrastructural atlas of the inner ear. Bones in ear Hearing Ossicles Vestibular function Otoconia Bone conduction. London: Butterworths & Co; 1984.
This book is a comprehensive atlas of the clinical conditions that commonly involve the inner ear and lateral skull base.