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a canal with the facial (VIIth) nerve runs through the medial wall, this runs parallel to the nerve of hearing (VIIIth) 8th nerve is the nerve of hearing (or auditory nerve) This is why auditory surgery is so dangerous because the auditory nerve is so close to the facial nerve.
Fallopian canal
a branch of the facial nerve and carries the sensation of taste from the anterior 2/3 of one side of the tongue.
Chorda tympani nerve
this muscle is in a canal next to the facial canal. It is innervated by a branch of the VIIth nerve
stapedius muscle
attached to the neck of the stapes & when the muscle is contracted, the stapes moves & tenses the oval window. It is theorized that we understand better than we should in noise because this reduced the low pitch parts of noise by reducing the amplitude of vibration.
stapedius tendon
This tendon also supplies blood to the lenticular process of the incus.
stapedius tendon