tragi


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tra·gi

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

tragi

(trā′gī, -jī)
n.
Plural of tragus.

tragi

projections external to the ear. See tragus.

tra·gi

(trā'jī)
1. Plural of tragus.
2. Hairs growing at the entrance to the external acoustic meatus.

tragi

plural of tragus.
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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.
When a newborn presents with multiple accessory tragi, the patient should be carefully examined for the presence of other congenital anomalies.
Council deputy chief executive Mr Bill Bell said: "On behalf of the council I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to the family involved in this tragi c accident.