Vertical muscle of tongue

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Vertical muscle of tongue
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Coronal section of tongue, showing intrinsic muscles.
Latin musculus verticalis linguae
Gray's subject #242 1131
Origin
Insertion   
Artery:
Nerve: Hypoglossal nerve
Action:
Dorlands
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m_22/12551359

The Verticalis linguæ (Vertical lingualis) is found only at the borders of the forepart of the tongue.

Its fibers extend from the upper to the under surface of the organ.

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