Auricular muscles

The auricular muscles (or extrinsic muscles) are the three muscles surrounding the auricula or outer ear: The superior muscles is the largest of the three, followed by the posterior and the anterior. ==Action== In some mammals these muscles can adjust the direction of the pinna. In humans these muscles possess very little action. The auricularis a...
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auricular muscles

the extrinsic auricular muscles, including the anterior, posterior, and superior auricular muscles. the intrinsic auricular muscles that extend from one part of the auricle to another, including the helicis major, helicis minor, tragicus, antitragicus, transverse auricular, and oblique auricular muscles.
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auricular muscles

Type: Term Definitions: 1. small muscles associated with the auricle, having little function in humans. Synonyms: musculi auriculares
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