The ear consists of three parts: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. Hearing begins when sound waves make it to the middle ear, causing the ear drum to vibrate. Explore the different parts and conditions of the ear.
Although small in size, the eye is an extremely complex organ that captures light and transforms it into impulses that the brain can interpret as images. Discover the different muscles, parts and conditions of the eye.
The nose serves dual functions as the organ for the sense of smell and as an entry to the respiratory tract. The throat is a passageway connecting the back of the mouth and nose to the esophagus and to the windpipe. Discover conditions associated with the nose and throat.