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The auricula. Lateral surface.
TA A15.3.01.009
FMA 60995
Anatomical terminology

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 helix on the pinna.

The antihelix divides above into two legs or crura; the crura antihelicis, between which is a triangular depression, the fossa triangularis.

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