Ossicular motion related to middle ear transmission delay in gerbil.

@article{Rochefoucauld2010OssicularMR,
  title={Ossicular motion related to middle ear transmission delay in gerbil.},
  author={Ombeline de la Rochefoucauld and Puja Kachroo and Elizabeth S. Olson},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2010},
  volume={270 1-2},
  pages={158-72}
}
The middle ear transmits sound efficiently from the air in the ear canal (EC) to the fluid filled cochlea. In gerbil, middle ear transmission produces a constant pressure gain between the EC and the cochlea of ∼25 dB from 2 to 40 kHz, and a delay-like phase corresponding to a ∼25-30 μs delay. The mechanisms by which the air-born signal is collected and delivered to the cochlea are not thoroughly understood, and the source of the delay is controversial. We investigated these issues by observing… CONTINUE READING
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