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Internal auditory artery

internal auditory artery n.
See artery of labyrinth.


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    internal auditory foramen n. See internal acoustic pore.

  • Internal auditory vein

    internal auditory vein n. See labyrinthine vein.

  • Internal-auditory-meatus

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  • Internal capsule

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