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Ossicles

Ossicles

Ossicles are tiny bones in the middle ear which can sometimes get damaged. These can be treated by having an operation called an ossiculoplasty. Ossicles is a general term for three tiny bones in the middle ear of a human. They are among the smallest bones in a human body. Their role is to transit noise from the outside to the cochlea. These bones are very fragile, and if something were to happen to them, it can result in mild to severe hearing loss. The translation of ossicle is tiny bone. There are generally three ossicles. These are: the malleus, the incus and the stapes. They are all Latin words. The malleus means hammer, and through it sound pressure motion is passed. The incus means anvil is the connection between the two bones. And finall, the stapes means stirrup is the smallest bone in the body, and it is attached to the opening between the middle and the inner ear. Studies have shown that the ossicles are connected to the jaws in mammals. They are portions of the cartilage, and as an embryo develops the cartilage hardens which makes the bone structure move to the inner ear and creates three bones inside of it.

 

 

 

 

 

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