Fluid volume displacement at the oval and round windows with air and bone conduction stimulation.

@article{Stenfelt2004FluidVD,
  title={Fluid volume displacement at the oval and round windows with air and bone conduction stimulation.},
  author={Stefan Stenfelt and Naohito Hato and Richard Lynn Goode},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={115 2},
  pages={
          797-812
        }
}
The fluids in the cochlea are normally considered incompressible, and the fluid volume displacement of the oval window (OW) and the round window (RW) should be equal and of opposite phase. However, other channels, such as the cochlear and vestibular aqueducts, may affect the fluid flow. To test if the OW and RW fluid flows are equal and of opposite phase, the volume displacement was assessed by multiple point measurement at the windows with a laser Doppler vibrometer. This was done during air… CONTINUE READING
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