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Tympanic Cavity Anatomy

Tympanic Cavity Anatomy
Lateral wall of tympanic cavity: medial (internal) view, Labyrinthine wall of tympanic cavity: lateral view, Head of malleus, Epitympanic recess, Anterior process of malleus, Chorda tympani, Anterior mallear fold, Tensor tympani muscle, Handle of malleus, Internal carotid artery, Superior ligament of malleus, Superior ligament of incus, Short limb of incus, 

Posterior mallear fold, Posterior ligament of incus, Long limb of incus, Chorda tympani, Lenticular process of incus, Facial nerve (CN VII), Prominence of lateral semicircular canal, Prominence of facial canal, Greater petrosal nerve, Internal carotid artery, Geniculate ganglion of facial nerve, Mastoid antrum, Limbs of stapes, Pyramidal eminence, Mastoid cells, Chorda tympani (cut), Tendon of stapedius muscle, Jugular fossa, Tympanic cells, Tympanic membrane (pars tensa), Auditory tube (eustachian), Fossa of cochlear window, Tensor tympani muscle (tendon cut), Auditory tube (eustachian), Levator veli palatini muscle, Facial nerve (CN VII) in stylomastoid foramen, Promontory with tympanic nerve (of Jacobson) and plexus under mucosa, Base of stapes in vestibular window
Tympanic Cavity Anatomy

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