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Figure 1: Photomicrograph of hematoxylin and eosin-stained 40 μm thick celloidin section of the human cochlea showing basal turn (BT), middle turn (MT), apical turn (AT), scala media (ScM), scala vestibuli (ScV), scala tympani (ScT), stria vascularis (SV), spiral ligament (SLi), tectorial membrane (TM), basilar membrane (BM), and the organ of Corti (OC). The decalcified temporal bone (DB) shows a central modiolus (M) containing the Rosenthal's canal (RC) in which lies the spiral ganglion neurons from which emerges the cochlear nerve (CN) (scale bar = 1000 μm)

Figure 1: Photomicrograph of hematoxylin and eosin-stained 40 μm thick celloidin section of the human cochlea showing basal turn (BT), middle turn (MT), apical turn (AT), scala media (ScM), scala vestibuli (ScV), scala tympani (ScT), stria vascularis (SV), spiral ligament (SLi), tectorial membrane (TM), basilar membrane (BM), and the organ of Corti (OC). The decalcified temporal bone (DB) shows a central modiolus (M) containing the Rosenthal's canal (RC) in which lies the spiral ganglion neurons from which emerges the cochlear nerve (CN) (scale bar = 1000 μm)