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By Myles L. Pensak, Daniel I. Choo

ISBN-10: 1588903648

ISBN-13: 9781588903648

..a thoroughly revised deition of Hughes' Textbook of scientific Otology, the textual content covers uncomplicated technological know-how, diagnostics , administration, and rehabilitation...the diagnostic approach is aided via the addition of colour pictures

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Mazzoni A. Internal auditory canal arterial relations at the porus acusticus. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1969;78:797–814 27. Reisser C, Schuknecht HF. The anterior inferior cerebellar artery in the internal auditory canal. Laryngoscope 1991;101:761–766 28. Kennedy DW, El Sisry HH, Nager GT. The jugular bulb in otologic surgery: anatomic, clinical, and surgical considerations. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986;94:6–15 29. Kveton JF, Cooper MH. Microsurgical anatomy of the jugular foramen region. Am J Otol 1988;9:109–112 30.

The auricular branch of the vagus (Arnold’s nerve) consists of seventh, ninth, and tenth cranial nerve fibers. It originates in the jugular foramen and passes to the fallopian canal by passing over the dome of the jugular bulb, generally in the mastoid canaliculus. Arnold’s nerve mediates herpetic involvement of the external auditory canal in herpes zoster oticus, as well as the coughing elicited by touching the skin of the external auditory canal. Vestibular Nerves The superior and inferior vestibular nerves occupy the posterior half of the internal auditory canal.

The development of the pinna occurs independently of that of the middle and inner ears. 15 A 3 2 4 5 1 First pharyngeal pouch 6 B 3 Helix Scapholid fossa 4 2 5 Triangular fossa 1 3 6 First branchial cleft (future external canal) C Area of future eardrum 4 2 Auricular tubercle 5 Figure 1–22 Line drawing depicting the development of the human external auditory canal. 1 6 Antihelix Concha I Basic Science Tragus Lobule Antitragus Figure 1–21 Schematic drawing of the human ear origin from the first and second branchial arches, illustrating the development of the six hillocks, and their contribution to the final adult structure.

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