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''A fracture of the malleus handle is a rare traumatic middle ear lesion.''
2010, Elaine N. Marieb & Katja Hoehn, ''Human Anatomy & Physiology'', 8th edition, page 576
- The tympanic cavity is spanned by the three smallest bones in the body: the auditory ossicles(..) These bones, named for their shape, are the malleus (malʹe-us; "hammer"); the incus (ingʹkus; "anvil"); and the stapes (staʹpēz; "stirrup"). The "handle" of the malleus is secured to the eardrum, and the base of the stapes fits into the oval window.
The tripus (''ossicle in cypriniform fishes'').
1884, Hudson, C.T., ''Memoirs: An Attempt to re-classify the Rotifers'' in ''Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 1884 s2-24'', pages 335-356:
- (..) in the typical mastax of a Brachionus there are two hammer-like bodies (mallei), which work on a kind of split anvil (incus); ... each malleus consists of an upper part or head (uncus) and a lower or handle (manubrium);
(Q) haud aliter quam cum spectante iuvencalactentis vituli dextra libratus ab auretempora discussit claro cava malleus ictu.|trans=(..) just as when the young suckling calf spies by its right ear the danger poised to crash its resounding hammer blow.
(Q)|trans=She put her hand to the nail, and her right hand to the workmen's hammer (..)
1794, Gulielmo Rowley, ''Schola Medicinæ Universalis Nova'', pars prior, page ix
- Chorda tympani—Oſſicula quatuor auditus, 267—Malleus—Incus—Oſſiculum ſubrotundum ovale—Stapes(..)
- : Chorda tympani—four auditory ossicles, 267—malleus—incus—subrotund oval ossicle—stapes(..)