Medical Definition of Musculi faciales

1. The numerous muscles supplied by the facial nerve that are attached to and move the skin of the face. Nomina Anatomica also includes the buccinator muscle in this group; even though it functions primarily in mastication. Synonym: musculi faciales, facial muscles, mimetic muscles. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculi Faciales

muscularly
muscularness
musculation
musculations
musculature
musculatures
muscule
musculi
musculi abdominis
musculi arrectores pilorum
musculi bulbi
musculi capitis
musculi coccygei
musculi colli
musculi dorsi
musculi faciales (current term)
musculi infrahyoidei
musculi interossei
musculi interossei dorsalis manus
musculi interossei dorsalis pedis
musculi interspinales
musculi intertransversarii
musculi intertransversarii anteriores cervicis
musculi intertransversarii laterales lumborum
musculi intertransversarii mediales lumborum
musculi intertransversarii posteriores cervicis
musculi intertransversarii thoracis
musculi laryngis
musculi levatores costarum
musculi levatores costarum breves

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