volume 237, issue 2, P175-183 1983
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463618
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Abstract: The stria vascularis and the spiral prominence in the lateral cochlear wall were observed with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) after dissolving out the epithelial layer and the basement membrane by tryptic digestion and HCl hydrolysis. The external sulcus cells have regularly arranged pegs and a fine basal interdigitation on the cell surface. The strial vessel and the spiral prominence vessel could be visualized well and the characteristic surface view of their periendothelial cells presented. The former ha…

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