Anatomy of the Ear

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Can you name the Structures of the Ear?

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Handle-shaped bone that connects to the tympanic membrane.
Triangular shaped bone that touches both the malleus and the stapes.
Stirrup-shaped bone that covers the oval window.
Passage that passes through the temporal bone.
Muscle that dampens vibrations of ossicles that arrises from the wall of the auditory tube.
Hole where the inner ear begins.
Snail shell-shaped tube.
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These are bony loops that contain the semi-circular ducts.
At the base of the semi-circular canals.
Hole next to oval window.
Contains the saccule and utricle.
This connects to the cochlea.
This connects to the vestibule.
This divides into the two things above.

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