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malleus

[′mal·ē·əs]
(anatomy)
The outermost, hammer-shaped ossicle of the middle ear; attaches to the tympanic membrane and articulates with the incus.
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The tumor was adherent to the tympanic membrane, which was removed along with the incus and malleus.
CONCLUSION: Malleus relocation is a successful technique with the presence of the malleus and provides better hearing outcomes than direct placement under the tympanomeatal flap.
Ahora bien, el Malleus fue original tambien en otro sentido: considero la brujeria no solo como el peor de los pecados posibles sino tambien como un crimen excepcional, que obligaba a los magistrados seculares a involucrarse en su erradicacion y a abandonar cualquier inhibicion legal que dificultara su efectiva persecucion.
But in order to drive the company forward, Malleus has moved from Solihull to the University of Warwick Science Park's Business Innovation Centre in Binley.
The projection of female transgression as a monstrosity is emphasized repeatedly in the Malleus Maleficarum.
Many aspects of the skull, teeth and skeleton in these early human ancestors remain quite primitive and ape-like, but the malleus is one of the very few features of these early hominins that is similar to our own species, Homo sapiens.
Despues del Malleus maleficarum, entran a escena otros tratados de demonologia que describian y dedicaban largos capitulos a las practicas hereticas.
In 1878 the President of Cornell University, Andrew Dickson White, showed an early edition of the Malleus to 'his shuddering class', saying that it had 'caused more suffering than any other [work] written by human pen'.
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The book is valuable not only because of its focus on witchcraft theoreticians and witchcraft in a theological context, but also because Stephens focuses on influential, but little-studied, early thinkers, offering a particularly valuable discussion of the work of the versatile and much-neglected Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola and a brilliant second chapter on the internal revisions of the Malleus Maleficarum.
Focusing on less-studied works by Johannes Nider, Jean Vineti, Pico della Mirandola, Alonso Tostado, Bartolomeo Spina, and others, as well as the Malleus maleficarum, Stephens persuasively argues that the witch figure emerged after 1400 from a mixed bag of ideas about the activities of heretics, necromancers, and exorcists in the context of theological speculation about the possibilities of human contacts with demons.