Analysis of gentamicin kinetics in fluids of the inner ear with round window
Therefore, in this study, we used a mouse model in which ouabain was applied unilaterally to the cochlear round window
, which induced the apoptosis of type I SGNs but left the type II SGNs intact in the ouabain-treated ear.
O'Leary, "Marker entry into vestibular perilymph via the stapes following applications to the round window
niche of guinea pigs," Hearing Research, vol.
The air-filled middle ear and fluid-filled inner ear are connected by two membrane-covered openings--the oval and round windows
. The central auditory pathway consists of a complex network of neurons and nuclei that connect the cochlea to the auditory cortex.
[sup] suggested that the line connecting the CT nerve with the round window
passed through the posterior wall of the external auditory canal in 92.3% of individuals, and this characteristic could be useful for preventing CT nerve injury during surgery.
The round window
was a circular opening with a diameter of 1.5 mm and impressed slightly greater in comparison with other studies (1.23 mm)  (Figure 2).
Although we planned to implant all subjects via their round window
, we could not visualize subject 2's round window
and had to implant via cochleostomy.
As a result, (85%) of patients were suffering from incus-stapes damages and tympanic sinus, oval window, facial recess and round window
5 Gardiner Park, located across the street from the home, is a beautiful view from an unusual original round window
. The house, built by Phil Gardiner, one of the founders of Laurel, was originally located a block and a half away on Fifth Avenue.
13 In which sensory organ would you find the oval window and the round window
Pointing up to the gallery's moon-like round window
, it does not magnify the stars, only a smattering of glass beads sprinkled across the lens.
And there's Uncle Alex laughing his cockerel off its perch!" "And through the round window
it's...another rare bird, Robinho!