Useful information is obtained by examination of the temporal bone, even 20 h after death and longer, particularly for studies of the bone or connective tissue structures. For examination of the membranous labyrinth, perilymphatic space perfusion with fixative soon after death is necessary (see below).
KeywordsHair Cell Temporal Bone Tympanic Membrane Outer Hair Cell Basilar Membrane
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