Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

FRANK MAHONEY


1990 CONFERENCE PAPER


Summary:

The ear is one of the major areas of sensory processing critical to sound and balance, and in so doing interacts with other major systems of the body. But, like the eyes, it is most sensitive and vulnerable. Two muscles of the middle ear, the stapedius and the tensor timpani, have been identified as being involved in protecting the inner ear from loud noise damage.


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