Muscles of auditory ossicles

Muscles of auditory ossicles
The right membrana tympani with the hammer and the chorda tympani, viewed from within, from behind, and from above.
The medial wall and part of the posterior and anterior walls of the right tympanic cavity, lateral view.
Latin musculi ossiculorum auditus; musculi ossiculorum auditoriorum
Gray's subject #230 1046
Origin
Insertion   
Artery
Nerve
Actions

The muscles of auditory ossicles serve to modulate the motion of the ossicles.

They include the Stapedius muscle and Tensor tympani muscle.

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