Prussak

Prussak
Alexander, Russian otologist, 1839–1897. See P. fibers, under fiber, P. pouch, P. space.

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  • Prussak's space — In human anatomy, Prussak s Space is the small middle ear recess, bordered laterally by the flaccid part of Shrapnell s membrane, superiorly by the scutum and lateral malleal ligament, inferiorly by the short process of the malleus, and medially… …   Wikipedia

  • Prussak fibers pouch space — Prus·sak fibers, pouch, space (pr ґsahk) [Alexander Prussak, Russian otologist, 1839–1897] see under fiber, and see recessus superior membranae tympanicae …   Medical dictionary

  • Prussak-Raum — Prụssak Raum [nach dem russ. Otologen A.Prussak RaumPrussak, 1839 1897]: = Recessus membranae tympani superior …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • Prussak fibers — two short fibers from the end of the short process of the malleus to the notch of Rivinus …   Medical dictionary

  • Prussak pouch — recessus superior membranae tympanicae …   Medical dictionary

  • Prussak space — recessus superior membranae tympanicae …   Medical dictionary

  • espacio de Prussak — espacio en el ático entre el ligamento externo del martillo, la membrana de Shrapnell y el cuello del martillo Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …   Diccionario médico

  • fibras de Prussak — cada uno de los dos cortos filamentos desde el extremo de la apófisis corta del martillo hasta la escotadura de Rivino. Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …   Diccionario médico

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