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Tympanic membrane

The tympanic membrane, also called the tympanum, is a webbing of skin extending across the ear canal[?]. It is considered to be the boundary between the inner ear and the outer ear. The tympanic membrane collects vibrations and passes them to the malleus bone, one of the three ossicles.



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