intertragic notch

(redirected from incisura intertragica)

in·ter·trag·ic notch

[TA]
the deep notch in the lower part of the auricle between the tragus and antitragus.

intertragic notch

a small but palpable notch in the dorsal and more exposed edge of the auricular cartilage between the antitragus caudally and the tragus anteriorly.
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2b and 2c), which are (P1) the most posterior point on the edge of the incisura anterior auris; (P2) the bump point of tragus; (P3) the deepest point in the incisura intertragica notch; (P4) the bump point of antitragus; (P5) the strongest antihelical curvature; (P6) the deepest point on the floor of auricular concha; (P7) the central point of the ear canal opening.