Tragicus

Infobox Muscle
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Latin = musculus tragicus
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Caption = The muscles of the auricula. (Tragicus visible at bottom right.)


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The Tragicus is a short, flattened vertical band on the lateral surface of the tragus.


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  • musculus tragicus — [TA] muscle of tragus: a short, flattened vertical band on the lateral surface of the tragus, innervated by the auriculotemporal and posterior auricular nerves …   Medical dictionary


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