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Spiral organ of Corti

Name: Spiral organ of Corti
Description: The organ that contains the special sensory receptors for hearing. It is composed of a series of epithelial structures placed upon the inner part of the basilar membrane. (MSH) * organ that contains the special sensory receptors for hearing, composed of a series of epithelial structures placed upon the inner part of the basilar membrane. (CSP) Definition Source: UMLS
Synonym(s): organ of Corti, spiral organ, spiral organ of cochlea
Is part of: Cochlea
Super-category: Organ
*Id: birnlex_2526
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Neurons in Spiral organ of Corti

Cochlea inner hair cell, Cochlea outer hair cell are neurons that can be found in Spiral organ of Corti or its parts.

Parts of Spiral organ of Corti


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Created25 August 2007  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionThe organ that contains the special sensor The organ that contains the special sensory receptors for hearing. It is composed of a series of epithelial structures placed upon the inner part of the basilar membrane. (MSH) * organ that contains the special sensory receptors for hearing, composed of a series of epithelial structures placed upon the inner part of the basilar membrane. (CSP) Definition Source: UMLS ar membrane. (CSP) Definition Source: UMLS
Idbirnlex_2526  +
Is part ofCochlea  +
LabelSpiral organ of Corti  +
ModifiedDate27 November 2012  +
SuperCategoryOrgan  +
Synonymorgan of Corti  +, spiral organ  +, and spiral organ of cochlea  +
UmlscuiC0029207  +