Definition: 'Musculotubal Canal'
musculotubal canalType: Term
1. a canal beginning at the anterior border of the petrous portion of the temporal bone near its junction with the squamous portion, and passing to the tympanic cavity; it is divided by the cochleariform process into two semicanals: one for the pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube, the other for the tensor tympani muscle.
Synonyms: canalis musculotubarius
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