tragion

trag·i·on

(trāj'ē-on),
A cephalometric point in the notch just above the tragus of the ear; it lies 1-2 mm below the spine of the helix, which can be palpated.

tragion

[traj′ēən]
Etymology: Gk, tragos, goat
a cephalometric landmark located at the superior margin of the tragus of the ear.

trag·i·on

(Tr) (trāj'ē-on)
A cephalometric point in the notch just above the tragus of the ear; it lies 1-2 mm below the spine of the helix, which can be palpated.

tragion (trā´jēon),

n the notch just above the tragus of the ear. It lies 1 to 2 mm below the spina helicis, which may be easily palpated.
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