Diagrams of Ear

Free and printable diagrams of ear to help you learn more about the ear anatomy. This collection of diagrams include detail and infection diagrams of the ear. The diagrams can be used by a teacher or student for academic purposes. Check out and click on the image to download it.

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You can see in the diagrams of ear below, The human ear consists of three parts—the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. The ear canal of the outer ear is separated from the air-filled tympanic cavity of the middle ear by the eardrum. The middle ear contains the three small bones—the ossicles—involved in the transmission of sound, and is connected to the throat at the nasopharynx, via the pharyngeal opening of the Eustachian tube. The inner ear contains the otolith organs—the utricle and saccule—and the semicircular canals belonging to the vestibular system, as well as the cochlea of the auditory system. The following ear diagram will show you ear infection otitis externa.

Diagram of Ear Canal
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Diagram of Ear Infection
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Otitis externa is most commonly caused by infection (usually bacterial, although occasionally fungal), but it may also be associated with a variety of noninfectious systemic or local dermatologic processes. The most characteristic symptom is discomfort that is limited to the external auditory canal, while the most characteristic signs are erythema and swelling of the canal with variable discharge.

Diagam of Ear No Lables
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Diagam of Ear Drum
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