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Epicranial muscle

Known as: M. epicranius, Muscle of scalp, Epicranius 
National Institutes of Health

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In this paper, we introduce an electrode for measuring auditory evoked potentials by employing the advantages of polyimide (PI… Expand
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  • M. Gaber
  • The British journal of surgery
  • 1979
  • Corpus ID: 10123900
Muscles which lose their attachments are uncommon. During development this normally occurs in certain muscles, e.g. the muscles… Expand