Medical Definition of Cutaneous muscle

1. A muscle that lies in the subcutaneous tissue and attaches to the skin; it may or may not have a bony attachment. The muscles of expression are the chief examples of cutaneous muscles in the human. Synonym: musculus cutaneus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutaneous Muscle

cutaneous emphysema
cutaneous fistula
cutaneous focal mucinosis
cutaneous gangrene
cutaneous glands
cutaneous graft versus host reaction
cutaneous habronaemiasis
cutaneous haemorrhoids
cutaneous horn
cutaneous larva migrans
cutaneous layer of tympanic membrane
cutaneous leishmaniasis
cutaneous loop ureterostomy
cutaneous lupus erythematosus
cutaneous meningioma
cutaneous muscle (current term)
cutaneous myiasis
cutaneous nerve
cutaneous pupil reflex
cutaneous reaction
cutaneous reflex
cutaneous schistosomiasis japonica
cutaneous sensation
cutaneous senses
cutaneous test
cutaneous tuberculosis
cutaneous ureterostomy
cutaneous vasculitis
cutaneous vein
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