acoustic teeth

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acoustic teeth

[TA]
tooth-shaped formations or ridges occurring on the vestibular lip of the limbus laminae spiralis of the cochlear duct.
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a·cous·tic teeth

(ă-kūstik tēth) [TA]
Tooth-shaped formations or ridges occurring on the vestibular lip of the limbus laminae spiralis of the cochlear duct.
Synonym(s): dentes acustici [TA] , auditory teeth, Huschke auditory teeth.
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