Definition of Internal auditory artery
1. Noun. An artery that is a branch of the basilar artery that supplies the labyrinth.
Group relationships: Inner Ear, Internal Ear, Labyrinth
Generic synonyms: Arteria, Arterial Blood Vessel, Artery
Medical Definition of Internal auditory artery
Lexicographical Neighbors of Internal Auditory Artery
Literary usage of Internal auditory artery
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles and Practice of Modern Otology by John Finch Barnhill, Ernest deWolfe Wales (1911)
"Branches that communicate with branches of the internal auditory artery. Veins empty into middle meningeal and deep auricular veins. ..."
2. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1905)
"... internal auditory artery which supplies the cochlea. I have only been able to find one authenticated case of embolism of the internal auditory artery on ..."
3. Demonstrations of anatomy: Being a Guide to the Knowledge of the Human Body by George Viner Ellis (1882)
"internal auditory artery has a branch to membranous sacs ; termination; ... The internal auditory artery arises from the basilar trunk within the skull (p. ..."