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Structure of the ear

Eduard Muller

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Image Description:

A cross section of the structure of the ear.

The ear is divided into three interconnecting sections: external, middle and inner ears. While the external and middle ears are mainly concerned with the transmission of sound, the inner ear contains the cochlea (often called the organ of hearing) and also houses the body's organ of balance.

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Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

External Ear (Pinna), Auricle, External Acoustic (Auditory) Meatus, Eustachian Tube, Middle Ear, Tympanic Membrane (Ear Drum), Inner Ear, Cochlea, Nerves of the inner ear, Bony Labyrinth, Ampulla of Lateral Semicircular Canal, Stapes (Stirrup), Incus (Anvil), Malleus (Hammer)

Image created by:

Eduard Muller


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