vestibular surface of cochlear duct

(redirected from paries vestibularis ductus cochlearis)

vestibular surface of cochlear duct

[TA]
the membrane separating the cochlear duct from the vestibular canal; it consists of squamous epithelial cells with microvilli toward the ductus, a basement membrane, and a thin layer of connective tissue toward the scala.

ves·tib·u·lar sur·face of coch·le·ar duct

(ves-tibyū-lăr sŭrfăs koklē-ăr dŭkt) [TA]
Membrane separating cochlear duct from vestibular canal; consists of squamous epithelial cells with microvilli toward ductus, a basement membrane, and thin layer of connective tissue toward scala.