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tra·gi

(trā'jī),
1. Plural of tragus.
2. The hairs growing at the entrance to the external acoustic meatus.
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tragi

(trā′gī, -jī)
n.
Plural of tragus.
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tra·gi

(trā'jī)
1. Plural of tragus.
2. Hairs growing at the entrance to the external acoustic meatus.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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However, the classic features of this syndrome include ocular changes such as micropthalmia, epibulbar dermoids and coloboma; aural features such as preauricular tragi, hearing loss and microtia; and vertebral anomalies such as scoliosis, hemivertebrae and cervical fusion.4
For instance, Table.1: Syndromes, which feature accessory tragi. colobomas occur in all of these syndromes along with a variety of neurologic abnormalities.1
'It's unfolding like a tragi-comedy more tragi than comedy.'