bony labyrinth

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Related to osseous labyrinth: scala tympani, scala vestibuli

bony labyrinth

[′bō·nē ′lab·ə‚rinth]
(anatomy)
The system of canals within the otic bones of vertebrates that houses the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear.
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