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Loud Noise Can Kill Cells in the Inner Ear Sound waves cause vibration in the ear drum, which triggers movement of hair cells called cilia in the inner ear.
Inside your ears are small sensors called hair cells.
These vibrations make fluid inside your cochlea move, stimulating tiny hair cells that send nerve impulses to the brain via the auditory nerve.
Meanwhile, the inner ears of untreated Beethoven mice were almost completely devoid of the hair cells.
As Helen Thompson of Science News explains, birds are able to regenerate tiny hair cells that line sensory portion of the eardrum.
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