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cavitas partis organi

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Level 2 spatium anatomicum Short Extended
Current level cavitas partis organi
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24034 10574
cavitas partis organi
cavidad cavidad porción porción órgano
61874 6099 part
56461 594 part
cavitas tympani
cavidad tímpanica
58376 8193
divisio cavitatis tympani
división de la cavidad tímpanica
56717 7165 part
recessus epitympanicus ; pars epitympanica
receso epitímpanico
divisio recessus epitympanici
división del receso epitímpanico
77690 7166 part
pars cupularis
porción cupular
56714 8196 part
cavitas tympanica propria ; pars mesotympanica
cavidad tímpanica propria
57787 8199 part
recessus hypotympanicus ; pars hypotympanica
receso hypotímpanico
14059 part
recessus retrotympanicus ; pars retrotympanica
receso retrotímpanico
76936 7255 part
recessus sphericus ; recessus saccularis
receso esférico ; receso sacular
76937 7256 part
recessus cochlearis
receso coclear
77696 7175 part
sinus tympanicus ; sinus tympani
seno tímpanico
77823 7305 part
spatium endolymphaticum
espacio endolinfático
77745 7300 part
spatium perilymphaticum
espacio perilinfático
76933 3028 part
recessus phrenicomediastinalis
receso frenicomediastínico
76934 3029 part
recessus vertebromediastinalis
receso vertebromediastínico
77172 1471 part
recessus sacciformis articulationis cubiti
receso sacciforme de la articulación del codo
40048 1474 part
recessus sacciformis articulationis radioulnaris distalis
receso sacciforme de la articulación radioulnar distal
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Libelle of note
In the retrotympanum, lateral and medial spaces relative to the facial nerve and pyramidal eminences were defined: lateral, the sinus facialis and the sinus tympanicus lateralis; medial, the sinus tympanicus posterior and the sinus tympanicus.
The clinical term retrotympanum has been added for the posterior part of the mesotympanum.
Date: 07.06.2024