Transverse muscle of tongue

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Transverse muscle of tongue
Coronal section of tongue, showing intrinsic muscles.
Latin musculus transversus linguae
Gray's subject #242 1130
Origin median fibrous septum
Insertion    sides of the tongue
Artery:
Nerve: hypoglossal nerve
Action:
Dorlands
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The Transversus linguæ (tansverse lingualis) is a muscle of the tongue. It consists of fibers which arise from the median fibrous septum and pass lateralward to be inserted into the submucous fibrous tissue at the sides of the tongue.

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ar:عضلة مستعرضة لسانية hu:Musculus transversus linguae sr:Попречни мишић језика sh:Poprečni mišić jezika


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