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  • Ear - Wikipedia

    The ear is the organ of hearing and, in mammals, balance. In mammals, the ear is usually described as having three parts—the outer ear, middle ear and the inner ear.

  • Your Ears - KidsHealth

    Now hear this! Here's an article about ears. Find out how your amazing ears do their amazing job.

  • Homepage | The Ear

    The unseasonably hot night of Wednesday, April 18th saw the launch of a new sound system at Mayfair's Tape London nightclub. Great: what's this got to do with The Ear ...

  • How Your Ears Work - YouTube

    How do you hear? Watch this ear video to step inside the ear.

  • Anatomy of the Ear | Inner Ear | Middle Ear | Outer Ear

    Learn about the anatomy of the ear and how the inner ear, middle ear, and outer ear work together to move sound for processing and translation.

  • Understanding how the ear works - Hearing Link

    Discover how, why, where and when hearing loss can occur within the ear. Watch short subtitled video showing how the ear works.

  • ear – definition of ear by The Free Dictionary

    a. The vertebrate organ of hearing, responsible for maintaining equilibrium as well as sensing sound and divided in mammals into the external ear, the middle ear, and ...

  • human ear | Structure, Function, & Parts |

    Human ear: Human ear, organ of hearing and equilibrium that detects and analyzes sound by transduction and maintains the sense of balance.

  • Ear | definition of ear by Medical dictionary

    ear [ēr] the organ of hearing and equilibrium. (See Plates.) It is made up of the outer (external) ear, the middle ear, and the inner (internal) ear. The outer ear ...

  • Ears and Hearing - Anatomy Pictures and Information

    The ear is a group of sensory organs in the head that collaborate to produce the sense of hearing. Together these organs perform the amazing function of converting ...

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