membranous lamina of cartilage of pharyngotympanic (auditory) plate

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mem·bra·nous lam·i·na of car·ti·lage of pharyngotympanic (auditory) plate

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the connective tissue membrane that, with the lateral and medial laminae, completes the lateral and inferior walls of the cartilaginous part of the pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube.
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The subpubic space when viewed in the mid-line sagittal plane is a triangle defined inferiorly by deep penile fascia (Buck's) encasing the penile neurovascular bundle and the corpora cavernosa, superiorly by the pubic symphysis and anteriorly by the membranous layer of the superficial fascia (Scarpa's).
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