scapha

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scapha

 [ska´fah] (L.)
the curved depression separating the helix and antihelix of the ear.
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sca·pha

(ska'fă, skā'fă),
1. The longitudinal furrow between the helix and the antihelix of the auricle. Synonym(s): fossa of helix
2. Obsolete term for scaphoid fossa.
[L. fr. G. skaphē, skiff]
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sca·pha

(skā'fă)
The longitudinal furrow between the helix and the antihelix of the auricle.
[L. fr. G. skaphē, skiff]
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