incudomalleal

incudomalleal

 [ing″ku-do-mal´e-al]
pertaining to the incus and malleus.
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in·cu·do·mal·le·al

(in-kū'dō-mal'lē-ăl),
Relating to the incus and the malleus; denoting the articulation between the incus and the malleus in the middle ear.
Synonym(s): ambomalleal
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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.
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