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name the three main parts of the ear and outline the related osteology of the temporal bone; 2. state the location of the tympanic cavity, what forms its boundaries and how it is connected to the mastoid process and pharynx; 6 3. state the location of the organs of hearing and balance and give their nerve supply; 4. name the ossicles and their associated muscles, state their functions and the effects of motor nerve lesions on those functions; 5. state the course of the facial nerve and its branches through the temporal bone; 6. state the function of the facial nerve branches and predict the effects of lesions of the nerve at different points along its course; 7. give an outline of the tympanic plexus and its main branches.
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== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
 
*[[Media:GrossAnatomyNotesNeuroscienceDrHaase.pdf | Gross anatomy head and neck notes (PDF)]]
 
*[[Media:GrossAnatomyNotesNeuroscienceDrHaase.pdf | Gross anatomy head and neck notes (PDF)]]
 
*[[Media:TympanicCavityDrHaase.pdf | Tympanic cavity diagrams (PDF)]]
 
*[[Media:TympanicCavityDrHaase.pdf | Tympanic cavity diagrams (PDF)]]

Revision as of 02:29, 4 March 2004

name the three main parts of the ear and outline the related osteology of the temporal bone; 2. state the location of the tympanic cavity, what forms its boundaries and how it is connected to the mastoid process and pharynx; 6 3. state the location of the organs of hearing and balance and give their nerve supply; 4. name the ossicles and their associated muscles, state their functions and the effects of motor nerve lesions on those functions; 5. state the course of the facial nerve and its branches through the temporal bone; 6. state the function of the facial nerve branches and predict the effects of lesions of the nerve at different points along its course; 7. give an outline of the tympanic plexus and its main branches.

Resources