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Anatomy of the Right Ear: Cross-Section
Anatomy of the Right Ear: Cross-Section

This anatomical drawing depicts the anatomy of the outer, middle, and inner ear from an anterior (front) coronal (cut-away) view. Shown are the external ear, auditory canal, tympanic membrane, cochlear nerve, and inner ear ossicles including the hammer, mallet, stirrup (or incus, malleus, and stapes), semicircular canals, and cochlea.

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Last Updated: Mar 11th, 2013

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