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Studies on the morphology of the sensory regions of the vestibular apparatus

Author: Henrik H Lindeman
Publisher: Berlin : Springer-Verlag, 1969.
Series: Ergebnisse der Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte, Bd. 42, Heft 1.
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The membranous labyrinth lies enclosed in the very hard petrous part of the temporal bone and, as the name implies, its structure is extremely complex. This may explain why our knowledge of this organ and the vestibular sensory regions within it, is not yet satisfactory. In recent years the rapid development of space research has provided a power ful stimulus to our interest in the vestibular apparatus. This has  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Lindeman, Henrik H.
Studies on the morphology of the sensory regions of the vestibular apparatus
(DLC) 72442590
(OCoLC)57637
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henrik H Lindeman
ISBN: 9783662249925 3662249928 3662230305 9783662230305 9783642999604 3642999603
OCLC Number: 886671729
Description: 1 online resource (113 pages).
Contents: Material and Methods --
Form and Interconnections of the Vestibular Ducts and Sacs --
The Vestibular Nerve and Its Ramifications --
Structure of the Vestibular Sensory Epithelia --
Morphological Polarization of the Sensory Cells --
Innervation of the Vestibular Sensory Epithelia --
Form and Structure of the Statoconial Membranes and the Cupulae --
General Discussion --
Summary.
Series Title: Ergebnisse der Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte, Bd. 42, Heft 1.
Responsibility: Henrik H. Lindeman.

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The membranous labyrinth lies enclosed in the very hard petrous part of the temporal bone and, as the name implies, its structure is extremely complex. In recent years the rapid development of space  Read more...

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