antitragus


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antitragus

 [an″te-tra´gus]
a projection on the ear opposite the tragus.

an·ti·tra·gus

(an'tē-trā'gŭs), [TA]
A projection of the cartilage of the auricle, in front of the tail of the helix, just above the lobule, and posterior to the tragus from which it is separated by the intertragic notch.
[G. anti-tragos, the eminence of the external ear, fr. anti, opposite, + tragos, a goat, the tragus]

antitragus

/an·ti·tra·gus/ (an″te-tra´gus) a projection on the ear opposite the tragus.

antitragus

an elevation of the auricle of the ear opposite the tragus and above the fleshy lobule.

an·ti·tra·gus

(antē-trāgŭs) [TA]
A projection of the cartilage of the auricle, in front of the tail of the helix, just above the lobule, and posterior to the tragus, from which it is separated by the intertragic notch.
[G. anti-tragos, the eminence of the external ear, fr. anti, opposite, + tragos, a goat, the tragus]

antitragus

The small projection on the free border of the external ear above the centre of the lobe. The tragus is the more prominent triangular projection on the front of the ear, immediately above the front edge of the lobe.

an·ti·tra·gus

(antē-trāgŭs) [TA]
Projection of cartilage of auricle, in front of tail of helix, just above lobule, and posterior to tragus from which it is separated by intertragic notch.
[G. anti-tragos, the eminence of the external ear, fr. anti, opposite, + tragos, a goat, the tragus]

antitragus (an´titrā´gus),

n the structure located opposite the tragus, a cartilaginous prominence in front of the external opening of the ear.

antitragus

the part of the auricular cartilage that lies caudal to the tragus and with it completes the caudal boundary of the opening into the ear canal.
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ATL1 (P3 to P4), the antitragus length 1, the linear distance from the deepest point in the incisura intertragic notch and the bump point of antitragus.
ATL2 (P4 to P5), the antitragus length 2, the linear distance from the bump point of antitragus to the strongest antihelical curvature.
Big and broad Easers are pointed, directed outward, without tragus but have big antitragus (table 2).
ears are Largewithout tragus but have large and square antitragus (Fig 5).
Tubercles 4 through 6 arise from the second branchial arch and form the (4) antihelix, (5) antitragus, and (6) lobule.
45 [+ or -] 1 days), such as limbs position, cephalic structures development degree, presence of fisiologic umbilical hernia, thick eyelids, tragus and antitragus, and superposition toward frontal of the fingers of one hand with the other.