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Detail of the stapes human middle ear bone showing ,left to right, the foot plate, the two crura, the neck, and the ligament of the stepedius muscle onto the neck. Commonly known as the stirrup, this ossicle transmits sound vibrations from the incus to the inner ear. SEM X40 **On Page Credit Required**