Hearing and Vestibular Sense (CN VIII)

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Can the patient hear fingers rubbed together or words whispered just outside of the auditory canal and identify which ear hears the sound? A tuning fork can be used to distinguish neural from mechanical conductive hearing problems (see KCC 12.5 in Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases 3e).

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