By Aina Julianna Gulya
Exact wisdom of the advanced microanatomy of the temporal bone is vital for surgeons executing invasive healing methods. in response to the human temporal bone assortment on the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, this lavishly illustrated 3rd variation contains a DVD supplying 159 full-color photomicrographs and side-by-side three-D stereo photographs for split-screen viewing of ordinary and irregular shows of the human temporal bone.
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18 ■ ANATOMY OF THE TEMPORAL BONE WITH SURGICAL IMPLICATIONS Figure 30 The external auditory canal dwindles. Running medially from the scala tympani is the cochlear aqueduct. There is extensive infralabyrinthine pneumatization. Figure 31 The facial nerve is seen in its labyrinthine segment as well as at its genu. CHAPTER 1: SERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF SECTIONS OF THE TEMPORAL BONE ■ 19 Figure 32 The middle and apical turns of the cochlea are emerging as the middle ear space narrows. The falciform crest and its relationship to the cochlear and facial nerves are seen, as well as the labyrinthine segment of the facial nerve.
The fissures of Santorini in the anterior fibrocartilaginous wall facilitate the spread of bacterial and neoplastic diseases between the EAC and the parotid gland. Outlined areas A and B are shown in higher magnification in Figures 7 and 8, respectively. Chronic external otitis is a low-grade inflammatory disorder of the skin of the external auditory canal, characterized symptomatically by itching and weeping and also by being exceptionally recalcitrant to treatment. Fibrous tissue proliferation in the subepidermal tissue may lead to stenosis requiring surgical correction.
While the lobule has no known physiologic function, its adipose tissue serves as a reservoir for autogenous tissue grafts and its convenient anatomical site serves admirably as a tethering base for ornamentation. 5 cm in length and serves as a channel for sound transmission to the middle ear. It also functions to protect the middle and inner ears from foreign bodies and fluctuations in environmental temperature (1). Its lateral one-third is bolstered by elastic cartilage oriented in an upward and backward fashion; its anterior aspect is pierced by two or three variably present vertical fissures known as the fissures of Santorini (Fig.
Anatomy of the Temporal Bone with Surgical Implications, Third Edition by Aina Julianna Gulya