bony labyrinth

bony labyrinth n the cavity in the petrous portion of the temporal bone that contains the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear called also osseous labyrinth

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labyrinthus osseus.

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  • Bony labyrinth — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = labyrinthus osseus. GraySubject = 232 GrayPage = 1047 Captio2 = Interior of right osseous labyrinth. MapPos = Bony Labyrinth MapCaption = Right osseous labyrinth. Lateral view. System = Precursor = MeshName …   Wikipedia

  • bony labyrinth — noun cavity in the petrous part of the temporal bone that contains the membranous labyrinth • Syn: ↑osseous labyrinth • Hypernyms: ↑structure, ↑anatomical structure, ↑complex body part, ↑bodily structure, ↑body structure …   Useful english dictionary

  • bony labyrinth — the skeleton of the membranous labyrinth, composed of otic bones anteriorly, occipital bones posteriorly and dermal roof bones dorsally …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • bony labyrinth — Anat. See under labyrinth (def. 6a). * * * …   Universalium

  • bony labyrinth — see labyrinth …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Лабиринт Костный (Bony Labyrinth) — см. Лабиринт. Источник: Медицинский словарь …   Медицинские термины

  • vestibule of bony labyrinth — vestibulum labyrinthi ossei …   Medical dictionary

  • Bony part of pharyngotympanic tube — View of the inner wall of the tympanum External and middle ear, op …   Wikipedia

  • Labyrinth — The maze of canals in the inner ear. The labyrinth is the portion of the ear that is responsible for sensing balance. Inflammation of the labyrinth (labyrinthitis) can be accompanied by vertigo. * * * Any of several anatomic structures with… …   Medical dictionary

  • labyrinth — /lab euh rinth/, n. 1. an intricate combination of paths or passages in which it is difficult to find one s way or to reach the exit. 2. a maze of paths bordered by high hedges, as in a park or garden, for the amusement of those who search for a… …   Universalium

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