One of the small bones in the tympanum of the ear; the anvil bone. See Ear.
The second or middle bone of the ossicular chain, which is located between the malleus and the stapes.
L. = an anvil; middle ossicle of middle ear (Vesalius, c. 1550).
The middle ear ossicl eof mammals, situated between malleus and stapes. Derived from the quadrate bone of more primitive vertebrates.
the middle of the three bones comprizing the ossicular chain and serves to join the malleus and stapes.
one of 3 bones of the middle ear (stapes-malleus-incus) converts mechanical vibration into fluid movement within cochlea.( More? Senses Notes)
The middle ossicle of the ear, that helps to conduct vibrations from the tympanic membrane to the oval window of the inner ear. image
One of the ossicles in the ear, with anvil shape. See malleus and stapes.
Latin = anvil, hence the anvil-shaped ossicle of the middle ear.
The central auditory ossicle, situated between the malleus and the stapes in the middle ear cavity.
(in´ kus) [L. incus: anvil] • The middle of the three bones that conduct movements of the eardrum to the oval window of the inner ear. (See malleus, stapes.)
One of the three ossicles of the middle ear. Also called the anvil.
an anvilâ€“shaped small bone or ossicle in the middle ear. It connects the malleus to the stapes.
one of three bones of hearing in the middle ear that help transmit sound waves from the outer ear to the cochlea. Also called the anvil.
INK-us A small bone in the middle ear. 653
(inc) (anvil): The upper portion of a Cumulonimbus spread out in the shape of an anvil with smooth, fibrous or striated appearance.
Middle ear bone between the malleus and the stapes, commonly referred to as the "anvil."
One of the three bones comprising the middle ear of mammals.
the anvil shaped bone; middle bone of the ossicular chain (the three tiny bones that connect the eardrum and the inner ear)
The center bone of the series of three small bones, or ossicles, of the middle ear. Sometimes called the anvil.
One of the three tiny bones of the middle ear which transmit sound from the ear drum to the cochlea.
One of the three small bones in the middle ear; shaped like an anvil, attached to the malleus and the stapes; helps to amplify the sound coming from the outer ear.
(Also called anvil, anvil cloud, thunderhead.) A supplementary cloud feature peculiar to cumulonimbus capillatus; the spreading of the upper portion of cumulonimbus when this part takes the form of an anvil with a fibrous or smooth aspect. See cloud classification.