Definition of Antihelix. Meaning of Antihelix. Synonyms of Antihelix

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Definition of Antihelix

Antihelix
Antihelix An`ti*he"lix, n. (Anat.) The curved elevation of the cartilage of the ear, within or in front of the helix. See Ear.

Meaning of Antihelix from wikipedia

- The antihelix (anthelix) is a part of the visible ear; the pinna. The antihelix is a curved prominence of cartilage parallel with and in front of the...
- A snug (or antihelix piercing) is a piercing p****ing through the anti-helix of the ear from the medial to lateral surfaces. "Snug" on BMEzine Encyclopedia...
- the antihelix is the triangular fossa (depression), while the scapha (elongated depression) lies between the helix and antihelix. The antihelix borders...
- industrials. Antihelix: The raised ridge of cartilage between the helix and ear canal. Rook: The upper ridge of cartilage of the antihelix; between the...
- scaffold consisting of the following distinct components: the helix, antihelix, concha, tragus, and antitragus. The skin that covers this cartilage is...
- The diagram shows the shape and location of most of these components: antihelix forms a 'Y' shape where the upper parts are: Superior crus (to the left...
- A rook piercing is a perforation of the antihelix of the ear for the purpose of wearing jewelry. It is located just above the tragus on the ridge between...
- those on the scapha are related to the upper limbs, those on the antihelix and antihelix crura to the trunk and lower limbs and those in the concha are...
- also refer to other anatomical structures that are leg-shaped: crura of antihelix crus of cerebrum crus of ****oris crus of diaphragm crus of fornix crus...
- the curving outer rim called the helix, the inner curved rim called the antihelix, and opens into the ear canal. The tragus protrudes and partially obscures...
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