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musculus digastricus

Official Latin term musculus digastricus
Official subsidiary term digastric muscle
Entity identifier TAH:E1747
Type of entity pair generator
Materiality material
Link to the unit musculus digastricus (par)
Links of entity generic: musculus digastricus
specific: musculus digastricus (par)
Lateral links left: musculus digastricus sinister
right: musculus digastricus dexter
Entity-oriented links Universal page Definition page
External links Gray1918 TA98 FMA Wikipedia Radiopedia Science Direct
Partonomic links Level 2: musculi colli Short Extended
Level 3: musculi suprahyoidei
Taxonomic links Level 2: organum musculus Short Extended
Level 3: musculus colli
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Non Latin primary language English French Spanish Russian
Type of entity generic material single entity
Unit type pair unit
This entity is generator of a set.
This entity is generic
This entity concerns a material object
This entity has 3 dimensions
Latin terms
Official term
musculus digastricus
Term status
Universal term
Specific pair (display)
musculus digastricus (par)
Specific pair (formal)
musculus digastricus (par)
Left member
musculus digastricus sinister
Right member
musculus digastricus dexter
Internal term
musculus digastricus
TA98 main Latin term
a04.2.03.002 musculus digastricus
TA98 precursor term
m. digastricus
English terms
Official term
digastric muscle
Term status
Universal term
Official synonym
Specific pair (display)
digastric muscle (pair)
Specific pair (formal)
digastric muscle (pair)
Left member
left digastric muscle
Right member
right digastric muscle
Official FMA term
FMA:46291 digastric
TA98 English equivalent
a04.2.03.002 digastric
Taxonomic definition
Taxonomic definition A digastric muscle is a suprahyoid muscle [musculus suprahyoideus ] which is located laterally under each side of the mandible [mandibula ] and is formed of two bellies attached by a common tendon to the hyoid bone [os hyoideum ].
musculus digastricus
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Date: 05.09.2022