Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Conductive
Sensorineural
Interaural attentuation
Mixed
Inserts
Bone conduction
Masking
Narrowband noise
Pure tone average
MCL
SRT
Configuration
Progressive
Loudspeakers
Occlusion effect
Bone oscillator
Cerumen
Plateau
Frequency
Intensity
Otoscopy
Case history
Corner
Spondee

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CSD 310 Audiology Review Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Occlusion effect
Cerumen
Pure tone average
SRT
Case history
Interaural attenuation
MCL
Loudspeakers
Frequency
Bone oscillator
Corner
Configuration
Inserts
Spondee
Sensorineural
Intensity
Otoscopy
Masking
Bone conduction
Conductive
Narrowband noise
Mixed
Progressive
Plateau

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CSD 310 - Audiology Review Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Occlusion effect
Corner
Conductive
Interaural attenuation
Sensorineural
Cerumen
Configuration
Narrowband noise
MCL
Intensity
Pure tone average
Otoscopy
Loudspeakers
Mixed
SRT
Inserts
Progressive
Frequency
Masking
Case history
Spondee
Plateau
Bone oscillator
Bone conduction

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Parts of the Ear Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The part of the ear that can be seen with the naked eye Pinna
The 'hearing organ' cochlea
The ossicle closest to the pinna Malleus
The middle ossicle incus
The ossicle closest to the cochlea stapes
The largest portion of the eardrum parstensa
The tube connecting the middle ear space and nasopharynx eustachian
The window connecting the stapes to the cochlea oval
The membrane between the scala media and scala tympani Basiliar
The membrane between the scala media and scala vestibuli Reissners
The area of the cochlea responsible for lower frequency sound transmission apex
The involuntary reflex in the middle ear which occurs with loud sounds stapedial
Another name for earwax cerumen
The 3 canals that make up the vestibular system semicircular
The fluid that is in the scala media endolymph
The fluid in scala vestibuli and scala tympani perilymph
The bone of the skull in which the auditory system is located temporal
The gelatinous flap that covers the hair cells tectorial
The portion of the ear that produces cerumen earcanal
The membrane that is commonly referred to as the eardrum tympanic
Bass tones are _________ frequency low
Treble tones are __________ frequency high
The outer ridge of the pinna helix
The eustachian tube is more horizontal in __________ children

Waves word search

Type
Word Search
Description

Harmonics
Wavelength
Period
Complex wave
difference tone
Beats
Cancellation
Phase
Cosine waves
Pure tone
Sinusoidal
Oscillation
Frequency
Cycle
Sine waves
Longitudinal waves
Transverse waves
Rarefaction
compression
vibration
waves

CSD Audiology Review Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Occlusion effect
Interaural attenuation
Corner
Sensorineural
Conductive
Cerumen
MCL
Configuration
Intensity
Narrowband noise
Pure tone average
Loudspeakers
Otoscopy
Mixed
SRT
Frequency
Inserts
Masking
Progressive
Case history
Bone oscillator
Spondee
Bone conduction
Plateau

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Sound Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

highness or lowness of a sound. depends on frequency of sound wave pitch
intensity of sound as percieved by the ear and interpereted by the brain loudness
most common unit of measurement for sound level decibel
change in frequency of sound caused by movement of either the source, the detector or both doppler effect
the lowest frequency of sound that resonates in an instrument fundamental harmoics
two frequencies that are nearly identical interfere to produce oscillating high and low sound levels beat
control of noise and vibrations that cause noise acoustics
eight notes on the musical scale octave
area where sound waves are pushed together compression
combination of two or more sound waves interference
area where sound waves are pushed apart rarefaction
produced when overtones have frequencies that are whole number multiples of the fundamental harmony
frequencies that are above 20,000Hz ultrasonic
frequencies below 20Hz infrasonic

Special Senses: The Ear Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

acoustic
audiogram
audiologist
audiology
audiometer
audiometry
auditory
aural
auricle
binaural
cerumen
cholesteatoma
cochlea
deafness
ear
electrocochleography
endaural
endolymph
equilibrium
Eustachian tube
fenestration
incus
labyrinth
labyrinthectomy
labyrinthitis
labyrinthotomy
malleus
mastoiditis
Meniere disease
monaural
myringectomy
myringoplasty
myringoscope
myringotome
myringotomy
ossicle
otalgia
otic
otitis
otitis media
otolaryngologist
otolaryngology
otoneurology
otoplasty

waves and sound Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The waves partly or completely cancel as they pass Destructive
Waves passing through an object Resonance
how fast an object moves Amplitude
The particles more perpendicular to each other Transverse wave
5.The bounding back of wave after hitting the surface Reflection
One to and fro movement oscillation
The time taken for one oscillation Time period
The distance between two consecutive crests or though Wave length
Numbers of oscillation in one second Frequency
Bending of waves travel along the surface separating two media Refraction
an increase (or decrease) in the frequency of sound, light, or other waves as the source and observer move towards (or away from) each other. Doppler effect
a reduction in the amplitude of an oscillation as a result of energy being drained from the system to overcome frictional or other resistive forces. Damping
When a wave moves past a corner in its medium nationally folds or flows around the corner Diffraction
A movement up and down or back and forth Wave
the action of interfering or the process of being interfered with. Interference
a weight hung from a fixed point so that it can swing freely, especially a rod with a weight at the end that regulates the mechanism of a clock. Pendulum

The Sensory System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Outer ear flap Pinna
Ear wax Cerumen
Stirrup-shaped bone in the middle ear Stapes
Snail-shaped spirally wound tube in the inner ear Cochlea
Loss of the ability to hear Deafness
Inflammation of the middle ear Otitis Media
Hardening of the bony tissue of the middle ear Otosclerosis
Sensation of noises in the ear; ringing in ears Tinnitus
Sensation of irregular or whirling motion either of oneself or external object Vertigo
Visual examination of the ear canal with an otoscope Otoscopy
The central opening of the eye Pupil
Very thin layer Retina
White part of the eye Sclera
Outermost layer of the eye Cornea
Clouding of the lens, causing decreased vision Cataract
Measurement of the entire scope of vision Visual field test
Progressive damage to the macula of retina Macular Degeneration
Allows muscle in the ciliary body to adjust the shape and thickness Lens
Known as the blind spot Optic disc
Colored layer that opens and closes to allow more or less light into eye Iris

Unit 4, Module 20 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sense or act of hearing Audition
Number of complete wavelengths that pass point in given time Frequency
Tones experienced highness or lowness, depends on frequency Pitch
Chamber between the eardrum and cochlea containing three tiny bones (hammer, anvil, and stirrup) that concentrate the vibrations of the eardrum on the cochlea's oval window. Middle ear
Fluid-filled tube in the inner ear Cochlea
Innermost part of the ear, containing the cochlea, semicircular canals, and vestibular sacs Inner ear
Hearing loss caused by damage to the cochlea's receptor cells or to the auditor nerves; also called nerve deafness Sensorineural hearing loss
Hearing loss caused by damage to the mechanical system that conducts sound waves to the cochlea conduction hearing loss
Device for converting sounds into electrical signals and stimulating the auditory nerve through electrodes threaded into the cochlea. cochlear implant
Theory that the rate of nerve impulses traveling up the auditory nerve matches the frequency of a tone Frequency theory