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Imaging of cochlear cells through scattering bone

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Intracochlear imaging will be important for the assessment of hearing disorders. Currently, cochlear small size and encasement in bone prevent visualization of intracochlear microanatomy. We report a technique for imaging cochlear cells through bone.

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