Longitudinal and radial differences in the subsurface cisternal system in the gerbil cochlea

@article{Lutz1995LongitudinalAR,
  title={Longitudinal and radial differences in the subsurface cisternal system in the gerbil cochlea},
  author={Carsten Lutz and Laura Schweitzer},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={84},
  pages={12-18}
}
Many features of cochlear anatomy vary systematically radially and longitudinally within the organ of Corti. There is limited evidence that along the longitudinal axis of the cochlea the thickness of the subsurface cisternal system in the outer hair cells (OHCs) changes. Similarly a radial gradient may exist. The thickness of the subsurface cisternal system in OHCs was measured in gerbils to determine if there are differences between the three rows of OHCs and in OHCs in different locations… CONTINUE READING
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