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Figs. 16 and 17. Reconstruction of the stapedial region in an infant 3 months old

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figure 16 is a tympanic view

figure 17, a vestibular.

In figure 16 the unlabeled arrows point into the space between the base and the crura; in figure 17 they mark the area in which the stapedial base is overlapped by the fenestral margin.


In these and in the succeeding figures ant. crus. indicates anterior crus of stapes; cart. or cartil., cartilage; far. c., facial canal ; fen. cart, fenestral cartilage; fiss. a. f., fissula ante fenestram; fiss. cart, fissular cartilage; foss. p. f., fossula post fenestram; hav. sp., haversian spaces; mm. membn, mucous membrane; obt. membr., obturator membrane; perich., perichondrium; post. crus, posterior crus ; pryr, pyramid; sc. tymp, scala tympani; semis. t. t. m., semicanal for tensor tympani muscle; st. lig., stapedial ligament; t. c. or tymp. cavity, tympanic cavity; t. o. foss., tympanic orifice of fossula; v. or vest, vestibule; vestib. orif. or v. o. fiss, vestibular orifice of fissula, and v. o. foss., vestibular orifice of fossula.

Age and Length Series Side Figures
17 fetal weeks (135 mm) 5 Left 60
19.5 fetal weeks (161 mm) 13 Left 61
21.5 fetal weeks (183 mm) 21 Left 62
Fetus at term Apr. 21 Right 1, 2, 13 to 15
3 mo. 2/ 1/32 Left 7, 8, 16 to 19, 63
3 yr. 6/18/29 Left 3, 4, 22, 23
18 yr. 1/17/31 Left 9, 10, 24, 25
57 yr. 1/14/33 Left 11, 12, 26 to 28
70 yr. 3/ 3/34 Left 5, 6, 20, 21, 29, 30, 64 A
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Anson BJ. Karabin JE. and Martin J. Stapes, fissula ante fenestram and associated structures in man: II. From Fetus at Term to Adult of Seventy (1938) Arch. Otolaryng. 28: 676-697.

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