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Position of the right bony labyrinth in the skull, viewed from above

Position of the right bony labyrinth in the skull, viewed from above. To show the bony labyrinth, which actually resides within the temporal bone, the temporal bone is considered to be transparent for this illustration. (Source: Gray H, Lewis WH. Anatomy of the Human Body. 20th edition. Philadelphia and New York: Lea & Fibiger, 1918. Public domain.)

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