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Vector of Human ear anatomy. vintage engraving

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Human ear anatomy. vintage engraving
Human ear anatomy or Parts of the hearing aid. - A, outer ear, b, canal c, tympanic membrane; d, head of the hammer; e process of bone hammer, f, hammer handle; g, anvil (incus), h, i, short process and long process of the anvil; k, L, articulation of the anvil and the stirrup; m, stirrup (stapes), n, o, p, semicircular canals; q, snail (cochlea) r, top (apex) of the cochlea: 1, 2, 3, hammer (malleus), anvil (incus) and stirrup (stapes), separated from each other and very large.
Image uploaded:
Oct 2, 2011
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Stock Vector
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