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Limbs of bony

Limbs of bony saemicircular canals --> crura of bony saemicircular canals

The extremities of the bony saemicircular canals in which the corresponding membranous limbs of the saemicircular ducts are located; they are the common bony crus, simple bony crus, and ampullary bony crus.

Synonym: crura ossea canalium saemicircularium, limbs of bony saemicircular canals.

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