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Answer to Question #58768 in Human Anatomy and Physiology for Sanjukta Ghosh

Question #58768
What is tympanic bulla?
Expert's answer
Tympanic bulla - an extension of the temporal bone (appears as a large bulb on each side of the ventral skull), which houses the sensory receptors (malleus, incus, stapes through the oval window and into the cochlea) of the ear.

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