Bill's bar – Internal acoustic meatus

  • Bill’s bar is a vertical crest that divides the superior compartment of the internal acoustic meatus into anterior and posterior compartments
  • The anterior compartment contains the facial nerve and the nervus intermedius
  • The posterior compartment contains the superior vestibular nerve (which supplies utricle, superior and lateral semicircular canals)

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