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fenestra

 [fĕ-nes´trah] (pl. fenes´trae) (L.)
fenestra coch´leae round window.
fenestra vesti´buli oval window.

fenestra

(fe-nes'tra) plural.fenestrae [L., window]
1. An aperture frequently closed by a membrane.
2. An open area, as in the blade of an obstetrical forceps. fenestral (-tral), adjective

fenestra cochleae

Round window.

fenestra rotunda

Round window.

fenestra vestibuli

Oval window.
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