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Page 260 - ... exercised. Anterior Triangle of the Neck. — The anterior triangle differs from the posterior triangle in having its base above and its apex below. It is bounded behind by the anterior margin of the sterno-mastoid, and in front by the middle line of the neck. Its base is formed by the inferior margin of the lower jaw, and a line drawn from the angle of the mandible to the sterno-mastoid muscle, whilst its dependent apex is constituted by the meeting of its anterior and posterior limits at the...