In the inner ear.
Anatomical structures are definable parts of the body, such as internal organs, limbs, and so forth.
a tortuous anatomical structure; especially : the inner ear or its bony or membranous part -- see BONY LABYRINTH, MEMBRANOUS LABYRINTH ; the cavity in the petrous portion of the temporal bone that contains the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear -- called also osseous labyrinth
The anatomical structures designed to cushion joints is the cartialge. The combining form is chrondr/o
Anatomical structures are:Firstly, they are easy to observe in organisms and fossils.Secondly, fossils are the only evidence we are ever likely to have of extinct species
Anatomical directional terms and bodyplanes describe the locations of structures in relation to other structures or locations in the body.
vestibule, cochlea, and perilymph