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Physiology Test Question
In general, sensory fibers of the auditory nerve only innervate the inner hair cells and not the outer hair cells. However, the normal function of the outer hair cells, which happen to be approximately three times as numerous as the inner hair cells, is essential for normal hearing.
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Posted: Wednesday, November 18, 2015