Medical Definition of Internal auditory veins

1. One or more veins accompanying the labyrinthine artery; they drain the internal ear, pass out through the internal acoustic meatus, and empty into the transverse sinus or the inferior petrosal sinus. Synonym: venae labyrinthi, internal auditory veins. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Internal Auditory Veins

internal-external control
internal acoustic foramen
internal acoustic pore
internal adhesive pericarditis
internal affairs
internal anal sphincter
internal angle
internal arcuate fibres
internal attachment
internal auditor
internal auditory artery
internal auditory canal
internal auditory foramen
internal auditory meatus
internal auditory vein
internal auditory veins (current term)
internal axis of eye
internal base of skull
internal bias
internal branch of accessory nerve
internal branch of superior laryngeal nerve
internal canthus
internal capsule
internal capsule syndrome
internal carotid (nervous) plexus
internal carotid artery
internal carotid nerve
internal carotid venous plexus
internal cerebral vein

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