labyrinthine fluid


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labyrinthine fluid

n.
The fluid separating the osseous and the membranous labyrinths of the inner ear.
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(10) Our report suggests that a significant alteration of the composition of the labyrinthine fluid, and not just fibrosis, can inhibit hearing recovery.
Between 9 and 120 minutes later, we opened the lateral semicircular canal and vestibule and aspirated the labyrinthine fluid with a microsyringe.
Analysis found no measurable amount of ciprofloxacin absorption in either the labyrinthine fluid or the CSF in any patient.
Meiry, "Physical properties of the labyrinthine fluids and quantification of the phenomenon of caloric stimulation," in Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on the Role of Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, pp.
Formation, circulation and chemical properties of the labyrinthine fluids. Br.