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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Tragion Undepressed skin surface point obtained by palpating the most anterior margin of the cartilagnious notch just superior to the tragus of the ear (located at the upper edge of the external auditory meatus).