auditory system

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Noun1.auditory system - the sensory system for hearingauditory system - the sensory system for hearing  
auditory apparatus - all of the components of the organ of hearing including the outer and middle and inner ears
ear - the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium
acoustic nerve, auditory nerve, eighth cranial nerve, nervus vestibulocochlearis, vestibulocochlear nerve - a composite sensory nerve supplying the hair cells of the vestibular organ and the hair cells of the cochlea
sensory system - the body's system of sense organs
audition, auditory modality, auditory sense, sense of hearing, hearing - the ability to hear; the auditory faculty; "his hearing was impaired"
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Reduced input to the brain from impaired auditory pathways results in significant changes in the central auditory system [12] and is accompanied by a recruitment of deprived cortices in response to input from the intact senses [13-17].
Mount, "Neonatal cochlear hearing loss results in developmental abnormalities of the central auditory pathways," Acta Oto-Laryngologica, vol.
In a study examining the characteristics of hearing loss and the anatomical effects of auditory pathways with EABR, the effect of the stimulated region on wave eIII-eV interval was not found statistically significant (18).
The auditory pathways of children with a history of undernutrition exhibit a delay in the myelinization process of the auditory pathways.
Changes in hearing ability are usually caused by fatigue in nuclei of the central auditory pathways, reduced activity of the primary afferent neurons, decreased oxygen tension in the cochlear endolymph and local vasoconstriction, particularly of the stria vascularis.
The correct position of the electrode is identified by detecting electric stimuli in the auditory pathways instead of adjacent cranial nerve nuclei or sensory/motor tracts (extra-auditory stimulation).
Early cochlear implantation in children has a positive effect on the development of the auditory pathways, as well as on postimplantation outcomes.
Both central and peripheral auditory pathways are involved as evident by prolonged absolute as well as interpeak BAEP latencies.
Conversely, inappropriate or absent auditory stimulation due to hearing loss affects the development of the central auditory pathways and degrades their integrity and organization; the absence of early acoustic stimulation during the optimum periods of the central auditory system plasticity may prevent the normal maturation of children's central auditory systems (Eggermont, Ponton, Don, Waring, & Kwong, 1997; Ponton et al., 1996; Tibussek, Meister, Walger, Foerst, & Von Wedel, 2002).
Intact cochlea and auditory pathways are pre requisites for cochlear implants hence impairment in any way may be attributed to such uncommon causes as tumor in the eighth cranial nerve8.
Pullano et al., "Activation of bottom-up and top-down auditory pathways by US sensors based interface," in Proceedings of the 2017 7th IEEE International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces (IWASI), pp.