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.

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  • Tragicus — Infobox Muscle Name = PAGENAME Latin = musculus tragicus GraySubject = 229 GrayPage = 1035 Caption = The muscles of the auricula. (Tragicus visible at bottom right.) Caption2 = Origin = Insertion = Blood = Nerve = Action = Antagonist = MeshName …   Wikipedia

  • tragicus muscle — muscle of tragus musculus tragicus …   Medical dictionary

  • musculus incisurae terminalis — [TA] an inconstant muscular slip in the external ear, continuing forward from the musculus tragicus to bridge the incisure of the cartilaginous external meatus …   Medical dictionary

  • Tragĭcus musculus — Tragĭcus musculus, der Muskel der Ohrecke …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Muscŭlus [1] — Muscŭlus (lat.), 1) Muskel u. Mehrzahl Muscŭli Muskeln, z.B. M. amatorius, Verliebter Muskel. M. antitragĭcus, M. attollens auriculae, M. attrăhens auriculae, s.u. Ohr. M. choanoideus, Aufhängemuskel des Auges. M. infraspinatus,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • musculus — SYN: muscle.For histologic description, see muscle. [L. a little mouse, a muscle, fr. mus (mur ), a mouse] musculi abdominis SYN: muscles of abdomen, under muscle. m. abductor [TA] SYN: abductor (muscle). m. abductor …   Medical dictionary

  • musculus pyramidalis auriculae — [TA] pyramidal muscle of auricle: a prolongation of the fibers of the tragicus to the spina helicis …   Medical dictionary

  • Concho-anthelĭcus muscŭlus — (C. anthelix, Anat.), Quermuskel des Ohrs (s. u. Ohrmuskeln); C. helicaeus musc. (C. helix), kleiner Muskel der Ohrleiste (s. ebd.); C. tragicus musc. (Musculus tragicus), einer der Ohrmuskeln, s.d. am sogen. Tragus …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Muscle — is the tissue of the body which primarily functions as a source of power. There are three types of muscle in the body. Muscle which is responsible for moving extremities and external areas of the body is called "skeletal muscle." Heart… …   Medical dictionary

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