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Fenestra ovalis

The fenestra ovalis or oval window[?] is a membrane-covered opening which leads from the middle ear to the vestibule[?] of the inner ear.

Vibrations arriving at the eardrum are transmitted via the interacting ossicles from the middle ear through the membrane of the fenestra ovalis to the inner ear.



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