Medical Definition of Musculus helicis major

1. A narrow band of muscular fibres on the anterior border of the helix of the auricle arising from the spine and inserted at the point where the helix becomes transverse. Synonym: musculus helicis major, large muscle of helix. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Helicis Major

musculus flexor sublimis
musculus frontalis
musculus fusiformis
musculus gastrocnemius
musculus gemellus inferior
musculus gemellus superior
musculus genioglossus
musculus geniohyoglossus
musculus geniohyoideus
musculus glossopalatinus
musculus glossopharyngeus
musculus gluteus maximus
musculus gluteus medius
musculus gluteus minimus
musculus helicis major (current term)
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

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