orbiculare

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.
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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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