transverse muscle of auricle

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trans·verse mus·cle of au·ri·cle

a band of sparse muscular fibers on the cranial surface of the auricle, extending from the eminence of the concha to the eminence of the scapha.
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Abnormalities have been identified in the transverse auricular muscle and the posterior auricular muscle in patients with prominent ear.
[1] An abnormal course of the transverse auricular muscle was found by Yotsuyanagi et al., which was postulated to be of aetiological significance.
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