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Figure 1
(a) Implanted temporal bone specimen as viewed from a Leica M320 surgical microscope and (b) a cone-beam computed tomography scan of the same sample. The open-source image-processing software Icy (De Chaumont et al., 2012BB4) was used to generate a voxel-intensity-based three-dimensional rendering of the volumetric data in which the locations of the inner structures are faintly revealed. The electrode array can be seen to be fully inserted into the cochlea. The red arrow indicates the tail of the electrode protruding from the sample.

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