Words and phrases that have a meaning related to inner ear:   (118 results)

artery of the labyrinth, bony labyrinth, cochlea, internal auditory artery, internal auditory vein, labyrinthine artery, labyrinthine vein, membranous labyrinth, osseous labyrinth, semicircular canal

Often used in the same context:
vestibular, cochlear, auditory nerve, semicircular canal, inflammation, cartilage, sinus, optic nerve, sensorineural, cerebellum, vestibular apparatus, thyroid, sweat gland, sciatic nerve, ear, eustachian tube, ulnar nerve, viral infection, ear canal, radial nerve, brain, trapezius muscle, retina, eardrum, pituitary gland, trigeminal, tendon, nasal cavity, meningeal, somatosensory, neurological, lungs, intestinal, hyperacusis, proprioceptive, cranial nerve, vertigo, digestive tract, alimentary tract, labyrinthitis, ligament, vocal cord, subluxation, spinal cord, sternum, temporal lobe, knee, auditory, auditory canal, gastrointestinal tract, adenoid, parathyroid gland, presbycusis, tinnitus, mastoid, lacrimal, synovitis, vagus, mastoid bone, sacroiliac, otosclerosis, bladder, gi tract, diaphragmatic hernia, hyphema, tear duct, intestines, herniated disc, neuromuscular, intervertebral disc, occipital lobe, microtia, menisci, adrenal gland, phrenic nerve, brainstem, trigeminal nerve, jaw, echolocation, insect bite, iritis, flexor, digestive, temporal bone, thyroid gland, spermatic cord, tricuspid valve, rotator cuff, syrinx, pituitary, paresis, paraesthesia, iliopsoas, chondral, labrum, auricular, glandular, vocal cords, auditory cortex, sensorineural hearing loss, abdominal muscle, essential tremor

Part of:
auditory apparatus

More general:
receptor, sense organ, sensory receptor

internal ear, labyrinth

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