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By this means the posterior surface of the petrous bone can be exposed as far inwards as the internal auditory meatus.
The bony labyrinth presents a series of cavities which are channelled through the substance of the petrous bone.
From the surrounding 794 mesoderm the petrous bone is formed by a process of chondrification and ossification.
On its inner side is a small air chamber in the petrous portion of the temporal bone, called the cavity of the tympanum.
A PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGYALBERT F. BLAISDELL
The bones related to the organ of hearing, the tympanis and petrous bones, are very solid and dense in structure.

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