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Sulcus spiralis internus
Gray929
Floor of ductus cochlearis.
Latin '
Gray's subject #232 1055
System
MeSH [1]
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On the upper plate of that part of the lamina which is outside the vestibular membrane, the periosteum is thickened to form the limbus laminæ spiralis, this ends externally in a concavity, the sulcus spiralis internus, which represents, on section, the form of the letter C.

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