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The Ear & Hearing By Michael J. Harman
External auditory meatus
Tympanic membrane Eardrum
Auditory (Eustacian) tube
Osseous labyrinth Outer white layer (osseous means bony)
Membranous labyrinth Inner gray layer
Oval window Behind the stapes
Round window Oval Window
Organ of Corti Contains receptor hair cells
Ampulla Swelling at one end of all 3 semicircular canals
Saccule Expanded chamber that communicates with the cochlea
Utricle Expanded chamber that communicates with the saccule from the semicircular canals
Vestibulocochlear (Auditory) nerve
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