Posterior semicircular canal
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|Posterior semicircular canal|
|Interior of right osseous labyrinth.|
|Latin||canalis semicircularis posterior|
|Gray's||subject #232 1049|
It is the longest of the three canals, measuring from 18 to 22 mm.
Its lower or ampullated end opens into the lower and back part of the vestibule, its upper into the crus commune.
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