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Anatomy & Physiology: The Special Senses

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Transcript of Anatomy & Physiology: The Special Senses

Glaucoma
The Special Senses
Sight
Eye Images
Sound and
Equilibrium

External ear
Middle ear
Inner Ear
External auditory canal
Pinna
Tympanic membrane
Malleus
Incus
Stapes
Semi-circular canals
CN VIII (vestibular)
CN VIII (cochlear)
Cochlea
Pharyngotympanic tube
Hearing
Ear Tubes
Warning: Graphic Images
Tensor tympani m.
Stapedius m.
M
I
S
Taste and
Smell

Extraocular Muscles
Lily of the Valley
Sweat Smells
The Iris
cornea
anterior
chamber
filled with
aqueous humor
posterior
chamber
filled with
vitreous humor
lens
suspensory
ligaments
pupil
ciliary
muscles
iris
retina
choroid
sclera
macula lutea
with fovea centralis
optic disc
optic nerve
scleral
venous
sinus
Static Equilibrium
vestibular n.
otoliths
Dynamic Equilibrium
vestibular n.
endolymph
crista
ampularis
cribriform plate
of ethmoid bone
with olfactory
foramina
olfactory n.
Sweet
Salt
Salt
Sour
Sour
Bitter
CN IX
CN VII
CN X
http://bit.ly/Jw08AU
http://bit.ly/I9hog1
http://bit.ly/IS3zxW
The fifth taste
http://bit.ly/IaDsoX
Eye Simulator
http://bit.ly/QTvgXc
Tetrachromatic vision
Round
Window
http://1.usa.gov/Jz0Pbw
Taste disorders
Cochlear Implant Activation
Cochlear Implant Animation
From "Evolution - Why Sex?"
A light switch for neurons
Be sure you can:
youtube.com/watch?v=MzD9kpkMXhQ
youtube.com/watch?v=6Q_EKXN3EMg
Lacrimal Apparatus
Adding sound to vision
www.youtu.be/ajzHlEjzrJ4
www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP7QT07jxo4
www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDDfGMuofuw
www.youtu.be/CRI-pjYLBNs
www.youtube.com/watch?v=66171og-u_Y
"Can we smell the sex
we are attracted to?"
http://goo.gl/Ag1hQD
http://goo.gl/2sYaTy
http://goo.gl/upOkHm
The Blind Spot
http://goo.gl/JtDLFK
http://goo.gl/kLxUrV
www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJ6Me4zVkwU
Cochlear Implant Activation
Receptor Types
1.

Mechanoreceptors

-

detect mechanical or physical changes
ex. touch, muscle tension, hearing, equilibrium, vibration, itch, pressure (baroreceptors)
2.

Thermoreceptors

- detect changes in temperature
proprioception
3.

Nociceptors

- detect pain
4.

Photoreceptors

- detect changes in
the amount of light
5. Chemoreceptors
- detect chemicals dissolved in fluids
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