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By Aina Julianna Gulya

Exact wisdom of the advanced microanatomy of the temporal bone is vital for surgeons executing invasive healing approaches. in accordance with the human temporal bone assortment on the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, this lavishly illustrated 3rd variation encompasses a DVD delivering 159 full-color photomicrographs and side-by-side 3-D stereo pictures for split-screen viewing of ordinary and irregular displays of the human temporal bone.

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The scaphoid, conchal, and triangular eminences correspond to the respective fossae on the lateral surface. , the transverse sulcus of the anthelix, the sulcus of the crus of the 31 Figure 1 The right auricle (pinna) of the co-author (AJG) showing the principal anatomic features of its lateral surface. helix, and the fossa of the anthelix) correspond to elevations of the lateral surface of the pinna and are hidden by the cranial attachment of the pinna. 5 to 2 mm in thickness (3). It consists of two furled plates of cartilage separated by the terminal incisure.

This text is not concerned with auricular congenital deformities and diseases. Suffice it to say that, due to the multi-component nature of its embryologic development, the pinna manifests a wide variety of configurations. Despite this variability, there are certain relatively constant features that can be recognized in the human ear. The topography of the visualized pinna is determined almost solely by the contour of its underlying cartilaginous frame. The flange-like pinna has a convex medial surface which attaches to the head at its medial one-third; the lateral surface is concave.

The short process of the incus is tethered in the incudal fossa by the posterior incudal ligament. The lateral canal is now evident; an extension through its long axis bisects the posterior canal. Cells of the supralabyrinthine area are visible posterosuperiorly. Posteriorly, the endolymphatic sac is capped by the operculum. The retrofacial group of mastoid air cells is seen. Figure 23 Progressing anteromedially, the tympanic membrane, tympanic sulcus, and fibrous annulus come into view. The stapedius muscle is inferior and posterior to the facial nerve.

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