Middle-ear transmission: Acoustic versus ossicular coupling in cat and human

@article{Peake1992MiddleearTA,
  title={Middle-ear transmission: Acoustic versus ossicular coupling in cat and human},
  author={William T. Peake and John Joseph Rosowski and Tom J. Lynch},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={57},
  pages={245-268}
}
Otologic surgeons consider the action of sound pressure on the cochlear windows to be of major importance in certain cases of middle-ear pathology, yet previously published network models of mammalian middle ears do not include such a mechanism. A unified middle-ear model is developed in which it is assumed that the difference of acoustic pressures acting on the windows adds to the ossicular-chain pressure to produce cochlear input. From a network model of the cat middle-ear cavities we… CONTINUE READING
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