cymba conchae

cym·ba con·chae

(sim'bă kong'kē), [TA]
The upper, smaller part of the external ear lying above the crus helicis.
[G. kymbē, the hollow of a vessel, a cup, bowl, a boat]

cym·ba con·chae

(sim'bă kong'kē) [TA]
Upper, smaller part of external ear lying above the crus helicis.
[G. kymbē, the hollow of a vessel, a cup, a bowl, a boat]
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However, this auricular region is supplied not only by ABVN, but also by the auriculotemporal nerve and contributions of the glossopharyngeal [22], facial [23], and cervical nerves (lesser occipital nerves and auricularis maior) [24-26]; importantly, all these nerves contribute to the innervation of the external auditory meatus and external auditory canal, and only the cymba conchae is regarded to be exclusively innervated by ABVN [27].
In particular, the ABVN is especially important for the innervation of the cymba conchae [27] and the posterior wall of MAEC [24].
El cartilago de concha auricular, que incluye la cymba conchae y el cavum conchae, tiene ventajas en cuanto a flexibilidad, facilidad para su obtencion y herida imperceptible del area donante.