Internal auditory veins

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Vein: Internal auditory veins
Latin venae labyrinthi
Gray's p.1059
Drains to inferior petrosal sinus, transverse sinuses
Artery internal auditory artery

The veins of the vestibule and semicircular canals accompany the arteries, and, receiving those of the cochlea at the base of the modiolus, unite to form the internal auditory veins (or veins of labyrinth) which end in the posterior part of the superior petrosal sinus or in the transverse sinus.

This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.