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Strata between the Oolite Lithofacies and the exposure surface at the top of the Fenestral Lithofacies record filling of accommodation space following the transgression.
Although cochlear otoscierosis is much less common, when it is present it is invariably associated with fenestral otosclerosis.
The fenestral form will demonstrate a focal lytic plaque in the region of the fissula antefenestrum (Figure 16A).