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Inner ear


The inner ear transforms the vibration received by the eardrum into electrical signals and sends them to the brain; that’s how we hear sounds, voices, music, everything. This part of the ear is not cartilage, like the external ear, but a bony structure  that contains different fluids which, by their movement, stimulate the nerve cells.

This part of the ear is also responsible for us keeping our balance.


M. Pilar Gascón. Pharmacist.