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External & Middle Ear Anatomy
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External & Middle Ear Anatomy

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During this lecture Professor Zach Murphy will be teaching you about the various structures of the external and middle ear such as the facial canal, roof, floor, anterior, posterior, lateral and medial walls of the middle ear. We also discuss the promontory, various foramina, tensor tympani, stapedius, muscles of the soft palate and pharynx, ossicles, as well as the various innervation of the external and middle ear. We discuss the tympanic membrane and the pharyngotympanic tube, and lastly the ceruminous glands and the pinna.