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internal ear

[in′tərn·əl ′ir]
(anatomy)
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INTRODUCTION: The function of the middle ear is to transmit the sound pressure from air of external ear to the fluid of internal ear. This is accomplished by tympanic membrane and ossicular chain composed of malleus, incus and stapes.