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Fig. 438. Diagram of the Structure of the Basal Wall of thh Duct of the Cochlea

A, View from the side.

B, View from the surface. In the latter the free surface is in focus. It is evident that the epithelium of the sulcus spiralis, lying in another plane, as well as the cells of Claudius, can be seen distinctly only by lowering the tube. The memhrana tectoria is not drawn. The spiral nerve bundles arc indicated by dots.

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Lewis, FT. Stoehr's Histology. (1906) P. Blakiston's Son & Co., Philadelphia.

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