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Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ... - Page 189
by George Trumbull Ladd - 1887 - 696 pages
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The microscopic anatomy of the human body in health and disease, Volume 1

Arthur Hill Hassall - Medical - 1849 - 114 pages
...Internal Ear or Labyrinth. The internal ear, which is the essential portion of the organ of hearing, consists of three parts : — the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea : these are cavities imbedded in the petrous bone, communicating with the tympanic cavity on the one...
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The physiological anatomy and physiology of man, by R.B. Todd and W. Bowman

Robert Bentley Todd, William Bowman (sir, bart.) - History - 1856
...is the potential part of the organ of hearing, and includes the ultimate distribution of the nerve. It consists of three parts, the vestibule, the semi-circular canals, and the cochlea, all of which, from their delicacy and minuteness of structure, demand careful examination. They are...
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Human Physiology, Statical and Dynamical, Or, The Conditions and Course of ...

John William Draper - Human anatomy - 1856 - 649 pages
...are for the passage of various nerves and muscles. The labyrinth, called likewise the internal ear, consists of three parts, the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The vestibule has three corners, an anterior, a superior, and a posterior, termed its ventricles. There...
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Human physiology, statistical and dynamical; or, The conditions and course ...

John William Draper - Medical - 1865 - 649 pages
...are for the passage of various nerves and muscles. The labyrinth, called likewise the internal ear, consists of three parts, the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The vestibule has three corners, an anterior, a superior, and a posterior, termed its ventricles. There...
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Principles of physics, or Natural philosophy

Benjamin Silliman - 1865 - 710 pages
...its channels curved and excavated in the petrous bone, the hardest of any in the body. The labyrinth consists of three parts; the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The vestibule, •/, fig. 298, is a central chamber, formed in the petrous bone; in it are a number...
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Class-book of science and literature

Class-book - History - 1869
...greater intensity than if they had been communicated direct to the inner membrane. The internal ear consists of three parts— the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea [Latin, 'the shell of a snail']. The vestibule is the middle part V, and communicates with the middle...
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Beeton's Medical dictionary

Samuel Orchart Beeton - Medicine - 1871 - 324 pages
...and fundamental portion of the organ of hearing is called, from its complexity, the labyrinth, and consists of three parts — the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. It consists of a series of cavities channelled out of the substance of tho petrous bone, communicating...
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The Academy, Volume 2

English literature - 1871
...the ear, especially in relation to the mode in which the auditory nerve terminates. The internal ear consists of three parts, the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The two former contain a membranous bag and tubes, corresponding in form to the cavities of the bone....
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A Clinical manual of the diseases of the ear

Laurence Turnbull - 1872 - 470 pages
...distribution of the auditory nerve. It is imbedded in the petrous portion of the temporal bone, and consists of three parts : the vestibule, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. These may be described as cavities, but it should be remembered that the labyrinth has osseous walls...
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The Students' Manual of Histology: For the Use of Students, Practitioners ...

Charles Henry Stowell - Histology - 1882 - 290 pages
...portion of the temporal bone, and is known as the internal ear or labyrinth. The osseous labyrinth consists of three parts. ; the vestibule, the semi-circular canals, and the cochlea. - Within this labyrinth, but separated from it by a clear fluid, the peril ymph, are membranous structures...
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