Transverse muscle of the chin
The transversus menti, or transverse muscle of the chin, is a facial muscle that is often considered to be the superficial fibers of the depressor anguli oris muscle which cross to the other side of the face.
|Transverse muscle of the chin|
Scheme showing arrangement of fibers of orbicularis oris. (Triangularis labeled at bottom right.)
Muscles of the head, face, and neck. (Labeled as triangularis near chin.)
|Latin||musculus transversus menti|
|Anatomical terms of muscle|
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