Muscle spindles in nonhuman primate extrinsic auricular muscles.

@article{Lovell1977MuscleSI,
  title={Muscle spindles in nonhuman primate extrinsic auricular muscles.},
  author={M E Lovell and Dennis Sutton and Robert Lindeman},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1977},
  volume={189 3},
  pages={519-23}
}
Muscle spindles were sought in peri-auricular muscles of several primate species (rhesus monkey, woolly monkey, and baboon). Transverse sections cut at 10 mu and stained primarily by a silver impregnation technique were examined using light microscopy. Spindles were identified on the basis of standard criteria. Posterior and/or superior auricular muscles of each species were found to contain spindles. At least some muscles innervated by facial nerve have classical spindles as component… CONTINUE READING
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