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Great infographic looking at the progression of hearing aids from the 1800s to 20 years in the future!  See the full article here.

The History And Future Of Hearing Aids

Ear Letterpress Print by Archie's Press

Ear letterpress print by Archie's Press - A map of the ear, from the outside (Pinna) to the deep caves of the inner ear and cochlea. Great for the kids room.

A Photographic Tour of the Cochlea. The Inner Ear photo courtesy of Helge Rask-Andersen, MD, Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden

A Photographic Tour of the Cochlea. The Inner Ear photo courtesy of Helge Rask-Andersen, MD, Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden

The Ear: Organs of Hearing and Balance Anatomical Chart

Secondhand Smoke Linked to Hearing Loss

Organs of Hearing and Balance anatomy poster ENT poster illustrates ear anatomy, explaining and showing the physiology of sound - how we hear. Otolaryngology for doctors and nurses.

There’s More to Ears Than Just Wax- Hearing - Preventing Hearing Loss - Health - New York Times

Ears - Hearing - Preventing Hearing Loss - Health

Turning down your iPod is one way to guard against hearing loss due to chronic exposure to loud noises.

Infographic: Find out all about your lungs and how breathing works.

Diagram of the Human Respiratory System (Infographic)

Illustration : Gina Thorstensen

Illustration : Gina Thorstensen

Click pentru a inchide imaginea, click si apasat pentru a muta fereastra. Poti utiliza tastele inainte si inapoi.

Click pentru a inchide imaginea, click si apasat pentru a muta fereastra. Poti utiliza tastele inainte si inapoi.

Painting by James Nares

View Untitled by James Nares on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by James Nares.

The Spinal Cord and Muscles Working Together    The spinal cord is divided into five sections: the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal regions. The level of injury determines the extent of paralysis and/or loss of sensation. No two injuries are alike.    The diagram illustrates the connections between the major skeletal muscle groups and each level of the spinal cord. A similar organization exists for the spinal control of the internal organs.

The Spinal Cord and Muscles Working Together The spinal cord is divided into five sections: the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal regions.

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