Temporoparietal muscle



temporoparietal muscle tem·po·ro·pa·ri·e·tal muscle (těm’pə-rō-pə-rī’ĭ-təl)
n.
The part of the epicranial muscle with origin from the galea aponeurotica and with insertion into the cartilage of the auricle of the ear.

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