Chondroglossus

The chondroglossus is sometimes described as a part of the hyoglossus, but is separated from it by fibers of the genioglossus, which pass to the side of the pharynx. It is about 2 cm. long, and arises from the medial side and base of the lesser cornu and contiguous portion of the body of the hyoid bone, and passes directly upward to blend with the...
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chondroglossus

See: chondroglossus muscle. ... Origin: chondro-+ G. Glossa, tongue ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chondroglossus

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′drō-glos′ŭs See: chondroglossus muscle
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