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Management of an Inappropriately Treated Case of Auricular Hematoma

Kim Y, Choi JW, Park YH

Othematoma is a condition in which blood collects beneath the perichondral layer of the pinna. Recurrent auricular hematoma can be a challenging medical problem, with complications resulting in ear deformity,...
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White radish and swine scapular cartilage models for auricular framework carving training

Hwang K

Background: The aim of this study is to develop a two-stage training module using radish and swine scapular cartilage for carving ear cartilage. Methods: In the first stage, white radish was...
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Correction of microtia with constriction features using a superficial temporal fascial flap combined with a rib cartilage graft

Lee JS, Kim JS, Lee JW, Choi KY, Yang JD, Chung HY, Cho BC

Background Microtia with constricted features is characterized by a short helical length of variable severity, upper antihelical or scaphal deficiency, and a downfolded upper ear. No consensus has been reached...
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Smooth Auricular Cutaneous Granular Cell TumorMimics Epidermoid Cyst

Choi JH

Granular cell tumor (GCT) is a rare, benign neoplasm of Schwann cell origin. GCT is composed of cells with eosinophilic granular cytoplasm. GCT presents as a solitary painless nodule. Because of their...
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Umbilicated Hairy Auricular Mass Mimicking Accessory Tragus

Choi JH

Trichofolliculoma (TF) is a follicular hamartoma in which hairs protruding out of single orifice. To the best of my knowledge, only two auricular TF has been reported in the English literature. Moreover,...
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Helical Rim Advancement Flap with an Additional Postauricular Skin Flap: A Case Report

Kim SH, Choi JH

The auricle is a three-dimensional cartilaginous frame covered with thin overlying skin. Due to its complex features, reconstructing helical rim defects after the excision of an auricular mass is challenging....
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Health Problems in Clinical Nurses as Identified by Auricular Acupuncture Points

Chun Y

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify health problems in clinical nurses through an examination of their auricular acupuncture points. METHODS: Data were collected from 90 nurses working in...
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Tragus formation during concha-type microtia repair using a chondrocutaneous island flap

Ha JH, Jeong E, Lazaro H

Formation of an ideally-shaped tragus remains one of the most challenging issues during staged tragus reconstruction in microtia patients. The authors describe a new method used to treat a unique...
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V-Y Advancement Flap: Aesthetic Reconstruction for Auriculotemporal Keloid Excision

Seo BF, Ko HS, Kwon H, Jung SN

Keloid scars are commonly found on the ears. Treatment modalities include compression, intralesional steroid injection, and surgical excision with or without radiotherapy, depending on the size and location of the...
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The Change of the Auricular Shape after Middle Ear Surgery Via Retroauricular Approach; Is the Reconstruction of Posterior Auricular Muscle Effective?

Seo JH, Lee HJ, Ahn SK, Hur DG

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many patients experience middle ear surgery via retroauricular approach. While not a main interest of the surgery, the change of the auricular shape after surgery has been...
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Effectiveness of Ear Splint Therapy for Ear Deformities

Woo JE, Park YH, Park EJ, Park KY, Kim SH, Yim SY

OBJECTIVE: To present our experience with ear splint therapy for babies with ear deformities, and thereby demonstrate that this therapy is an effective and safe intervention without significant complications. METHODS: This...
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A Modified Closed Cartilage-Preserving Otoplasty Technique for Prominent Ear Correction

Choi TJ, Burm JS, Lee YK

BACKGROUND: In the surgical correction of prominent ear, a technique known as percutaneous adjustable closed otoplasty (PACO), which does not involve skin incision, undermining, or cartilage manipulation, has been developed...
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Surgical Treatment of Polyotia

Rha EY, Kim DH, Byeon JH

Polyotia is an extremely rare type of the auricular malformation that is characterized by a large accessory ear. A 3-year-old girl presented to us with bilateral auricular abnormalities and underwent...
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Eccrine Poroma of the Auricle: A Case Report

Kong TH, Ha TH, Eom MS, Park SY

Eccrine poroma is described as a benign neoplasm originating from the intraepidermal eccrine duct of sweat glands. This tumor is known to arise in bare skin areas, but more rarely...
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Recurrent Benign Myoepithelioma of the Auricle

Oh SJ, Kong SK, Lee IW, Goh EK

Myoepithelioma, a generally benign tumor comprised of myoepithlial cells, is an uncommon salivary gland tumor. Myoepithelioma originates primarily in the parotid gland, but several isolated cases have been described. Although...
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A Case of Angiomyoma of Auricle

Hong TU, Gu PM, Yoon HK, Heo KW

The angiomyoma or vascular leiomyoma is an uncommon type of leiomyoma composed of smooth muscle cells and vascular endothelium. The tumor occurs mostly in the lower extremities as a slowly...
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Clinical Experience of Sturdy Elevation of the Reconstructed Auricle

Choi JH, Kim JC, Kim MS, Kim MH, Lee KC, Kim SK

BACKGROUND: The ear is composed of elastic cartilage as its framework, and is covered with a thin layer of skin. Auricular reconstruction using autogenous cartilage in microtia patients requires delicacy....
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Otoplasty in Otolaryngology

Kim MJ, Han GC

Otoplasty is known to be a challenging and rewarding area in otolaryngology. Although the physiologic effects of ear deformity are negligible, the aesthetic and psychological impact on the patient can...
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Onlay Rib Bone Graft in Elevation of Reconstructed Auricle: 17 Years of Experience

Kim T, Han J, Lee Y

BACKGROUND: A cartilage wedge block and covering flap are standard procedures for firm elevation of the ear in microtia correction. However, using costal cartilage for elevation of the reconstructed auricle...
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Chondrocutaneous Advancement Flap for Helical Rim Defect

Choi JH, Kim JY, Yoo YS, Cho KR

Helical rim defects of the auricle are usually the result of injury or tumor excision. Acquired helical rim defects are eye-catching and cosmetically unacceptable. We experienced a case of squamous...
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