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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tongue

The eight muscles of the human tongue are classified as either intrinsic or extrinsic. The four intrinsic muscles act to change the shape ...

teachmeanatomy.info/head/muscles/tongue

Jan 25, 2017 ... The first set we will consider are the intrinsic muscles. They only attach to other structures in the tongue. They are named by the direction in ...

www.yorku.ca/earmstro/journey/tongue.html

Articulation:Tongue. The tongue is the most important articulator of speech. This muscle is extremely strong, as it must move food around in our mouths as we ...

www.juniordentist.com/muscles-responsible-for-movements-and-action-of-tongue-and-their-nerve-supply.html

Dec 18, 2012 ... Tongue is one of the most powerful muscle of the body and the movements of tongue are very important in speaking and swallowing or ...

www.slideshare.net/ssuser83a7b0/muscles-of-tongue

Apr 23, 2012 ... Summary of the muscles of the tongue. ... Each half of the tongue contains two types ofmuscles i.e. four intrinsic and four extrinsicmuslces ...

radiopaedia.org/articles/extrinsic-muscles-of-the-tongue-mnemonic

The extrinsic muscles of the tongue can be remembered with the following mnemonic: Paris St Germain's Hour Mnemonics Paris St. Germain's Hour P: ...

radiopaedia.org/articles/muscles-of-the-tongue

The muscles of the tongue are divided into 2 groups each comprising 4 muscles. They are classified as intrinsic (to the tongue) and extrinsic muscles. They allow ...

www.kenhub.com/en/library/anatomy/muscles-and-taste-sensation-of-the-tongue

This is an article describing the different tongue muscles, taste sensation and pathway. Learn the main features of this organ of the oral cavity here.

muscular-system.blogspot.com/2012/06/intrinsic-muscles-of-tongue.html

Jun 9, 2012 ... On each side of the lingual septum of the tongue there are four intrinsic muscles. Four paired intrinsic muscles of the tongue originate and insert ...

health.howstuffworks.com/human-body/parts/tongue1.htm

The tongue is able to move in nearly every direction, expand, compress and display a fine degree of articulation. Such muscular control allows us to manipulate ...