By Andre Leblanc

Twenty years in the past Andre Leblanc first walked into the go away­ to the following, and fascinating each person from Chicago to ment to offer his manuscript at the choice of the Singapore to Taiwan ... now not a month is going through with no considered one of axes of a number of the foramens, canals, and sulci of the bottom of Andre Leblanc's new posters, extra academic than ever, the cranium, their tomographical research and their environ­ being additional to the others to the partitions of radiology practices ment, to my grasp, Professor Claude Libersa. The undertaking or MRI facilities. was once completely reworked and better via coupling classi­ cal anatomy with the exploding new imaging ideas. The ebook we current at the present time, entitled "Atlas of listening to and stability Organs a realistic advisor For Otolaryngologists", is barely a curious, minute, artistic, and tireless employee like a version of its style by way of rigour, wisdom, and Andre Leblanc can make this pursuits undertaking a hit. aesthetics. the hot views that it deals can help every one due to his selection, he mobilized the superior and everybody get a greater grab of the ear's association and radiologists, clinicians, editors, or even anatomists, and establish the 70 parts which are acknowledged to compose it.

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That extends to the spiral ganglion of cochlea. Bony spiral lamina: Composed of a double plate of bone, itstarts from the modiolus, and winds its way 1nto the cochlear duct. The spiral lamina, along with the cochlear duct, entirely separates the scala vestibuli from the scala tympani. Scala tympani: A perilymph-filled channel located under the basilar membrane of cochlear duct and the spiral lamina. Secondary spiral lamina: A bony projection stretching from the lower part of spire into the outer wall of the spiral canal and toward the opposite spiral lamina.

The dilated ends of the semicircular ducts form ampullae, all three of which are very near the utricle. - Each ampulla features a sulcus. This fold, located on the medial part of the ampulla, corresponds to a localized thickening of the membrane called the ampullary crest. Nervous fibres enter the ampullae through this sulcus. 15. e, f). The stereocilia and kinocilia are both located on the same side in an ampulla. In the lateral semicircular duct, the kinocilia are located on the wall near the utricle, while the opposite is true of the posterior and anterior ampullae.

E::. M. lila Hemispheric fossula INFERIOR WALL lnfravestibular cavity (origin of scala tympani) Fig. 16 a-e. Fenestration of the vestibule to show the openings, of the semicircular canals, the cochlear and vestibular aqueducts in the perforated bony walls (a, b); the same fenestrated vestibule showing the position of the utricle, the saccule and the endolymphatic duct (c-e) Atlas of Hearing and Balance Organs Orifice of vestibular aqueduct [for endolymphatic system]------~ Endolymphatic canal--------:i Utricular duct Utncle Saccular duct - - -- Orifice of vestibular aqueduct [for endolymphatic system] Utricular duct Utricle Saccule Hensen's duct (ductus reuniens) - Orifice of cochlear aqueduct {for perilymphatic space] -- - - Vestibular cecum - - Cochlear duct (endolymphatJC) e 27 28 Atlas of Hearing and Balance Organs Semicircular canals - The ampullary crests are covered with a neuroepithelium of cells with one kinocilia and smaller stereocilia (Fig.

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