Medical Definition of Depressor muscle of lower lip

1. Origin, anterior portion of lower border of mandible; insertion, orbicularis oris musculus and skin of lower lip; action, depresses lower lip; nerve supply, facial. Synonym: musculus depressor labii inferioris, depressor muscle of lower lip, musculus quadratus labii inferioris, musculus quadratus menti. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Depressor Muscle Of Lower Lip

depressive stupor
depressive syndrome
depressively
depressiveness
depressives
depressogenic
depressomotor
depressomotors
depressor
depressor anguli oris
depressor fibres
depressor labii inferioris
depressor muscle
depressor muscle of epiglottis
depressor muscle of eyebrow
depressor muscle of lower lip (current term)
depressor muscle of septum
depressor nerve
depressor nerve of Ludwig
depressor reflex
depressor septi
depressor septi muscle
depressor supercilii
depressor supercilii muscle
depressors
depressure
depressured
depressures
depressuring
depressurisation

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