cochlear labyrinth


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co·chle·ar lab·y·rinth

[TA]
the portion of the membranous labyrinth concerned with the sense of hearing (vs. the vestibular labyrinth, which is concerned with the sense of equilibration) and innervated by the cochlear nerve; it is located within the cochlea of the bony labyrinth, and consists of the cochlear duct, which contains the spiral organ.

coch·le·ar lab·y·rinth

(koklē-ăr labi-rinth) [TA]
Part of the membranous labyrinth concerned with the sense of hearing (vs. the vestibular labyrinth, which is concerned with the sense of equilibration) and innervated by the cochlear nerve.
Synonym(s): labyrinthus cochlearis [TA] , organ of hearing.

coch·le·ar lab·y·rinth

(koklē-ăr labi-rinth) [TA]
Part of membranous labyrinth concerned with hearing (vs. the vestibular labyrinth, which is concerned with equilibration) and innervated by the cochlear nerve.