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The meatus lies senchymal swellings around the margin of the behind the temporomandibular joint, with the mastoid air cells being immediately posterior. first branchial pouch. Components of ear Middle ear The three parts of the ear (external, middle and This is a narrow, irregular cavity containing the internal) are all, except for the auricle, found auditory ossicles immediately medial to the within the temporal bone: the auricle is attached tympanic membrane (Fig. 5a). The middle ear to the tympanic part of the temporal bone.
Back). The reticular layer of dermis consists of a dense mass of interweaving collagen and elastic connective tissue fibres. It is this layer which gives the skin its toughness and strength. The tissue fibres run in all directions, but are generally tangential to the surface. However, there is a predominant orientation of fibre bundles, with respect to the skin surface, which varies in different regions of the body. It is this orientation which gives rise to the cleavage lines of the skin (Fig.
The stratum spinosum itself consists of several layers of irregularly shaped cells, which become flattened as they approach the stratum granulosum. The stratum basale and stratum spinosum together are often referred to as the germinal zone, because of their role in new cell production. Collectively, the remaining layers of the epidermis (granulosum, lucidum and corneum) are often referred to as the horny layer. In the stratum granulosum the cells become increasingly flattened and the process of keratinization begins.