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Joints of ear bones

Joints of ear bones --> joints of auditory ossicles

The joints of the ossicular chain consisting of incudomallear joint, incudostapedeal joint, and the tympanostapedeal syndesmosis.

Synonym: articulationes ossiculorum auditus, joints of ear bones.

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