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What is the function of arachnoid granulations? Where are they located? Arachnoid granulationsWhat is the function of arachnoid granulations? Where are they located? Arachnoid granulations
Arachnoid granulations are protrusions of the arachnoid mater through the dura mater. They protrude into the dural venous sinuses of the brain, allowing for drainage of csf. Tympanic plexus
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Auditory MechanismAuditory Mechanism
Each individual's pinna creates a distinctive imprint on the acoustic wave traveling into the auditory canal. Tympanic plexus
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Lab 25: Nerve TissueLab 25: Nerve Tissue
Tympanic plexus
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This article originally appeared in The Hearing Profesional July—August 2004This article originally appeared in The Hearing Profesional July—August 2004
S offers a diversity of options for obtaining continuing education credit: seminars and classroom training, institutional courses, online studies and distance learning programs. This article represents yet another opportunity. Tympanic plexus
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Describe the anatomy of the ears, Eustachian tubes and pharynx – part IIDescribe the anatomy of the ears, Eustachian tubes and pharynx – part II
Describe the general course and distribution of the facial and vestibulocochlear nerves within the temporal bone. Tympanic plexus
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