cochlear duct

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Paries tympanicus ductus cochlearis (membrana spiralis): parede timpanica do canal coclear ou membrana espiral.
16) Persistent tinnitus despite stapedotomy and an air-bone gap within 15 dB, which occurred in the 1 patient in our study who did not improve, is probably caused by an underlying condition, such as glucose intolerance, excessive caffeine intake, destruction of Corti hair cells by proteolytic enzymes released from otosclerotic foci, or an inadequate supply of blood to the inner ear secondary to hyalinization of the spiral ligament of the stria vascularis ductus cochlearis, which is a natural consequence of the progression of otospongiotic disease.