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Orientation of Labyrinths in Skull Anatomy

Orientation of Labyrinths in Skull Anatomy
Cochlea, Cochlear nerve, Facial nerve (CN VII), Internal acoustic opening, Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII), Vestibular nerve, Petrous part of temporal bone, Groove for greater petrosal nerve, Geniculate ganglion, Lateral projection of right membranous labyrinth, Plane of anterior semicircular canal, Lateral semicircular canal, Plane of posterior semicircular canal,

Auricle (retracted anteriorly), Opening of vestibular aqueduct (for endolymphatic duct), Geniculate ganglion, Trigeminal nerve (CN V), Cerebellum, Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII), Anterior semicircular duct, Cochlear duct, Cochlear nerve, Superior part of vestibular nerve, Inferior part of vestibular nerve, Lateral semicircular duct, Internal jugular vein, Posterior semicircular duct, Superior petrosal sinus, Confluence of sinuses, Straight sinus, Sigmoid sinus, Transverse sinus.

Orientation of Labyrinths in Skull Anatomy

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