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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . f/i^-JM^^^. Epidermis of drum-headSub(.])idcrmal layerExtt-rual auditory canal Epidermis of canal Corium of skin liningcanal Epidermis passing ontodrum-head rO-Qi-- Bone Radial fibres of annulusfibrosus Section through attached margin of tympanic membrane, showing continuation of skin and mucous membraneover its outer and inner surfaces respectively. X 75- Drawn from preparation made by Dr. Ralph Butler. The nerves supplying the tympanic membrane are derived chiefly from the auriculo-tem-poral branch of the trige

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . f/i^-JM^^^. Epidermis of drum-headSub(.])idcrmal layerExtt-rual auditory canal Epidermis of canal Corium of skin liningcanal Epidermis passing ontodrum-head rO-Qi-- Bone Radial fibres of annulusfibrosus Section through attached margin of tympanic membrane, showing continuation of skin and mucous membraneover its outer and inner surfaces respectively. X 75- Drawn from preparation made by Dr. Ralph Butler. The nerves supplying the tympanic membrane are derived chiefly from the auriculo-tem-poral branch of the trige Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . f/i^-JM^^^. Epidermis of drum-headSub(.])idcrmal layerExtt-rual auditory canal Epidermis of canal Corium of skin liningcanal Epidermis passing ontodrum-head rO-Qi-- Bone Radial fibres of annulusfibrosus Section through attached margin of tympanic membrane, showing continuation of skin and mucous membraneover its outer and inner surfaces respectively. X 75- Drawn from preparation made by Dr. Ralph Butler. The nerves supplying the tympanic membrane are derived chiefly from the auriculo-tem-poral branch of the trigeminus, supplemented by twigs from the tympanic plexus and by theauricular branch of the vagus. They accompany, for the most part, the blood-vessels and, inaddition to supplying the latter, form both a subcutaneous and a submucous plexus. The inner wall (paries labyrinthica) of the tympanic cavity separates it fromthe internal ear. It presents for examination a number of conspicuous features. The promontory appears as a well-marked bulging- of the inner wall near itsmiddle (Fig. 1254) and

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