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Synonyms for malleus

the ossicle attached to the eardrum

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In this way, the tumor, which had occupied the entire middle ear space and protruded into the eustachian tube, was completely removed along with the malleus and a previously placed prosthesis that it had encased.
In total, 83 patients who underwent intact canal tympanoplasty with mastoidectomy between 2010 and 2015 were included and divided into two different groups: malleus assembly to the stapes head (MASH) and tympanic membrane assembly to the stapes head (TASH).
Epitympanic diaphragm includes three malleal ligamental folds (Anterior, Lateral and Posterior), the posterior incudal ligamental fold and two membranous folds (The tensor fold and the lateral incudomalleal fold) together with the malleus and incus.
No hay duda de que los textos paradigmaticos de la demonologia radical, por caso el Malleus maleficarum, alimentandose tanto del escolasticismo tomista como del folklore popular, dieron un paso concluyente hacia la demonizacion del mal natural: atribuyeron a la bruja y al demonio calamidades, pestes e infortunios climaticos (26).
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Under the auspices of the bull Summis desiderantus affectibus, published the Malleus Maleficarum in 1486 designed as a reference book of inquisitorial judges in the witch trials.
The malleus is clearly human-like, and its size and shape can be easily distinguished from our closest living relatives, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans.
Maxwell-Stuart published an abridged English translation of the Malleus through Manchester University Press, a volume which I reviewed favorably in The Sixteenth Century Journal.
En la figura femenina se encontraba la responsabilidad de la brujeria, y si esta era una imagen antagonica al culto mariano, su realce se intensifico al publicarse el Malleus maleficarum (el Martillo de la brujas), que si bien este tratado examinaba 78 cuestiones para aclarar el origen y desarrollo de la llamada "herejia de las brujas", ofrecia tambien el remedio para el exterminio de esta herejia (ibid.
Glanders, also known as malleus (named for its devastating effect on horses), farcy (Latin for sausage which describes the cutaneous lesions associated with this form of the disease), and droes, is an acute to chronic infectious disease caused by the bacterium Burkholderia mallei (formerly known as Pseudomonas mallei and Actinobacillus mallei) and one of the oldest known diseases (it was first described by Hippocrates in 425 B.
They have become the malleus (the hammer), the incus (the anvil), and the stapes (the stirrup).
Summers prepared scholarly histories of the occult and translated such works as the Malleus Maleficarum, knowing full well his field of study was suspect at best.
THE human ear contains the smallest bones we have - the malleus, the incus and the stapes.
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