lenticular process of incus

len·tic·u·lar pro·cess of in·cus

[TA]
a knob at the tip of the long limb of the incus that articulates with the stapes.

len·tic·u·lar pro·cess of in·cus

(len-tik'yŭ-lăr pros'es ing'kŭs) [TA]
A knob at the tip of the long limb of the incus of the middle ear, which articulates with the stapes.
Synonym(s): orbiculare.
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Malleus and stapes were intact, but the lenticular process of incus was eroded (Austin Kartush classification type A).
In case of an eroded lenticular process of incus in which the manubrium is in close proximity to the stapes superstructure, a sculpted incus autograft is an excellent choice.
Chart V: Shows Ratio of Ossicular Erosion ISOLATED LOSS OF LONG PROCESS OF INCUS 77.77% ISOLATED LOSS OF LENTICULAR PROCESS OF INCUS 16.6% ISOLATED LONG PROCESS OF INCUS WITH STAPES SUPRASTURCTURE 5% Note: Table made from pie chart.
The average hearing loss in patients with isolated erosion of lenticular process of incus was 50.72+/-6.95dB, while the hearing loss with isolated erosion of long process of incus was 50.10+/15.48dB.