Medical Definition of Pars petrosa ossis temporalis

1. The part of the temporal bone that contains the structures of the inner ear and the second part of the internal carotid artery; in antenatal life it appears as a separate ossification centre. Synonym: pars petrosa ossis temporalis, periotic bone, petrosal bone, petrous pyramid. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pars Petrosa Ossis Temporalis

pars orbitalis glandulae lacrimalis
pars orbitalis musculi orbicularis oculi
pars orbitalis nervi optici
pars orbitalis ossis frontalis
pars ossea septi nasi
pars ossea systematis skeletalis
pars ossea tubae auditivae
pars palpebralis glandulae lacrimalis
pars palpebralis musculi orbicularis oculi
pars parasympathica
pars pelvina
pars peripherica
pars perpendicularis
pars petrosa arteriae carotidis internae
pars petrosa ossis temporalis (current term)
pars pharyngea hypophyseos
pars pigmentosa
pars plana
pars planitis
pars postcommunicalis arteria cerebri anterior
pars posterior commissurae anterioris
pars posterior faciei diaphragmatis hepatis
pars postlaminaris nervi optici
pars postsulcalis
pars precommunicalis arteriae cerebri anterior
pars prelaminaris nervi optici
pars presulcalis

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