Claudius cells


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Clau·di·us cells

(klaw'dē-ŭs),
columnar cells on the floor of the ductus cochlearis external to the spiral organ.

Clau·di·us cells

(klaw'dē-ŭs selz)
Columnar cells on the floor of the ductus cochlearis external to the organ of Corti.

Claudius,

Friedrich M., German anatomist, 1822-1869.
Claudius cells - columnar cells on the floor of the ductus cochlearis external to the organ of Corti.
Claudius fossa - a depression in the parietal peritoneum of the pelvis that lodges the ovary. Synonym(s): ovarian fossa