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Oblique muscle of auricle

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Dorlands /Elsevier  m_22/12549839
FMA  48986
TA  A15.3.01.044
Oblique muscle of auricle
Nerve  Posterior auricular nerve from the facial nerve
Latin  Musculus obliquus auriculae

The oblique muscle of auricle (oblique auricular muscle or Tod muscle) is an intrinsic muscle of the outer ear.

The oblique muscle of auricle is placed on the cranial surface of the pinna. It consists of a few fibers extending from the upper and back part of the concha to the convexity immediately above it.

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Oblique muscle of auricle Wikipedia


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