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EFFECTS OF HIGH INTENSITY SOUND ON CIRCULATION OF THE INNER EAR OF THE GUINEA PIG
AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LABS WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
The blood vessels of the spiral ligament of the cochlea of the guinea pig were observed during intense sound stimulation. No characteristic reproducible change in the physiology of these vessels was seen during sound stresses of 140 db for as long as 30 minutes. Author