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Figs. 8 to 21. Tracings Endolymphatic Duct Different species

X 37.

Cat: 8, 7 mm.; 9, 10.6 mm.; 10, 14 mm.; 11, 15 mm.; 12, 24.1 mm.; 13, 32.6 mm.; 14-15, 39 mm.; 16, 31 mm.

Guinea-pig: 17, 18.5 mm.

Dog: 18, 12.5 mm.

Rabbit: 19, 21 mm.; 20, 25 mm.; 21, 29 mm.


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Reference

Anson BJ. The early development of the membranous labyrinth in mammalian embryos, with special reference to the endolymphatic duct and the utriculo—endolymphatic duct. (1934) Anat. Rec. 59: 15-25.


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10:47, 2 February 2017Thumbnail for version as of 10:47, 2 February 20171,343 × 1,823 (273 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)Figs. 8 to 21. X 37. Cat: 8, 7 mm.; 9, 10.6 mm.; 10, 14 mm.; 11, 15 mm.; 12, 24.1 mm.; 13, 32.6 mm.; 14-15, 39 mm.; 16, 31 mm. Guinea—pig: 17, 18.5 mm. Dog: 18, 12.5 mm. Rabbit: 19, 21 mm.; 20, 25 mm.; 21, 29 mm.