The Temporal bone is a situated on either side of the skull, supporting the face and structure in a specified manner. It is a prominent structure useful to study ear related disorders. It is one of the most complicated bones of the skull. The most commonly used method is the Piece Meal Removal of the bone or hipping/snipping off the bone into pieces. Collecting specimens are rarely available for such difficult topics, even in a well-established departments of various colleges, all over the world. Many of the medical professionals might have every little scope to observe the real ossicles in their life time. The methods adopted earlier were intricate and time consuming. Moreover, they also required sophisticated instruments like Electric Autopsy Saw Laurenson. Whereas, in the present scenario using latest technologies and techniques, dissection and procurrement of ear ossicles is a matter of 20 minutes. Hence it has become an simple and easy task when compared to the other methods. Moreover it was useful in teaching and showing practically for both undergraduate and graduate teachings in a much easier way with out any sophisticated instruments.
Last date updated on July, 2014