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Synonyms for incus

the ossicle between the malleus and the stapes

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Methods: Between 2010 and 2016, 27 female and 16 male patients who underwent ossiculoplasty due to an incus defect were studied retrospectively.
20 December 2016 - Austria-based high performance sensor solutions provider ams AG (SIX: AMS) has agreed to acquire Buckinghamshire, UK-based digital active noise cancellation intellectual property provider Incus Laboratories Ltd, the company said.
However, only with a thorough otoscopic assessment could the underlying erosion of the long process of the incus be appreciated and ultimately managed.
The long process of incus and stapes supra structure are part of ossicular chain which is commonly affected due to the delicate structure rather than poor blood supply.
As with all Kickstarter projects, unless the funding target of PS28,000 is reached by the campaign cut-off date of Thursday March 12, Incus Games will not receive any of the pledged funds.
Incus, a bank holding company chartered in the British Virgin Islands, owns a majority of Laredo National Bancshares, the parent of Laredo National Bank and South Texas National Bank, all of which are in Laredo, Texas.
The long process of the incus appeared to be rotated superiorly and laterally, and the lenticular process was tenting the tympanic membrane.
In the Matter of Incus, 85 Federal Reserve Bulletin 284, 285 (1999).
Incus was eroded in 13 patients, malleus was eroded in 5 patients, stapes was eroded in 4 patients and stapes was fixed in one patient.
We report a rare case of incus dislocation into the external auditor), canal following a head injury.
This is an enforcement proceeding brought by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (the "Board") against Incus Co.
In intact Canal Wall Technique air bone gap of less than 20 dB in patients using incus remnant was 74.
We evaluated ossicular chain reconstruction in patients with idiopathic incus necrosis who have conductive hearing loss and an intact ear drum.