utriculosaccular duct

(redirected from ductus utriculosaccularis)

u·tric·u·lo·sac·cu·lar duct

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a duct that connects the inner aspect of the utricle of the vestibular labyrinth with the endolymphatic duct a short distance from its origin from the saccule.

Böttcher,

Arthur, Estonian anatomist, 1831-1889.
Böttcher canal - a duct that connects the inner aspect of the utricle with the endolymphatic duct a short distance from its origin from the saccule. Synonym(s): utriculosaccular duct
Böttcher cells - cells of the basilar membrane of the cochlea.
Böttcher crystals - small crystals observed microscopically in prostatic fluid.
Böttcher ganglion - ganglion on the cochlear nerve in the internal acoustic meatus.
Böttcher space - the dilated blind extremity of the endolymphatic duct. Synonym(s): endolymphatic sac
Charcot-Böttcher crystalloids - see under Charcot