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au·ric·u·la·re

, pl.

au·ric·u·lar·i·a

(aw-rik'yū-lā'rē, -rē-ă),
A craniometric point at the center of the opening of the external acoustic meatus; or, in certain cases, the middle of the upper edge of this opening.
Synonym(s): auricular point
[L. auricularis, pertaining to the ear]

auriculare

/au·ric·u·la·re/ (aw-rik″u-lar´e) a point at the top of the opening of the external auditory meatus.

au·ric·u·la·re

(aw-rikyū-lārē)
A craniometric point at the center of the opening of the external auditory meatus or, in certain cases, the middle of the upper edge of this opening.
Synonym(s): auricular point.
[L. auricularis, pertaining to the ear]

au·ric·u·la·re

, pl. auricularia (aw-rikyū-lārē, -rē-ă)
Craniometric point at center of opening of the external auditory meatus or, in certain cases, middle of upper edge of this opening.
[L. auricularis, pertaining to the ear]
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