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1/23/21
Anatomie des Ohres - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomie des Ohres - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Das medizinische Bild zeigt das Außen-, Mittel- und Innenohr, das externe Ohr, den Gehörgang, das Trommelfell, den Hörnerv, die Innenohr-Hörknöchelchen, einschließlich Hammer, Amboss und Steigbügel (oder Malleus, Incus und Stapes), Bogengänge und Hörschnecke.

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