Medical Definition of Musculus incisurae helicis

1. An occasional muscle on the cranial surface of the auricle spanning the antitragohelicine fissure. Synonym: musculus incisurae helicis, musculus intertragicus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Incisurae Helicis

musculus helicis minor
musculus hyoglossus
musculus hypopharyngeus
musculus iliacus
musculus iliacus minor
musculus iliocapsularis
musculus iliococcygeus
musculus iliocostalis
musculus iliocostalis cervicis
musculus iliocostalis dorsi
musculus iliocostalis lumborum
musculus iliocostalis thoracis
musculus iliopsoas
musculus incisivus labii inferioris
musculus incisivus labii superioris
musculus incisurae helicis (current term)
musculus infracostalis
musculus infraspinatus
musculus intercostales externi
musculus intercostalis
musculus intercostalis internus
musculus intercostalis intimus
musculus interosseus palmaris
musculus interosseus plantaris
musculus interosseus volaris
musculus interspinalis cervicis
musculus interspinalis lumborum
musculus interspinalis thoracis
musculus intertragicus

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