OTOLARYNGOLOGY

CHAPTER 4 Congenital Malformations

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10.1055/b-0037-144952 CHAPTER 4 Congenital Malformations DETERMINING THE CONTEXT OF MICROTIA RECONSTRUCTION Patients with a microtia often present for the first consultation in the neonatal period or as a young infant;…

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CHAPTER 16 Prominent Ears

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10.1055/b-0037-144964 CHAPTER 16 Prominent Ears Prominent ears are not a congenital anomaly, and this must be clearly communicated to patients. Prominent ears are an aesthetic variation, which tend to be…

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cHAPTER 9 Complications

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10.1055/b-0037-144957 CHAPTER 9 Complications ‚ÄúNeither myself nor anyone else has anything to learn from success, but only from failures and complications‚Ķ Success always leads to self-satisfaction and thus no further…

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CHAPTER 17 Complications After Otoplasty

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10.1055/b-0037-144965 CHAPTER 17 Complications After Otoplasty When otoplasty is performed safely, postoperative complications are rare. Hematomas and chondritis are possible complications, but these are exceedingly uncommon with our technique. Hypertrophic…

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CHAPTER 5 Particular Cases of Microtia

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10.1055/b-0037-144953 CHAPTER 5 Particular Cases of Microtia PARTICULAR PROBLEMS Asymmetrical Face The ear is situated posterior to the temporomandibular joint and projects over the mastoid process of the temporal bone…

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CHAPTER 14 Anomalies of the Upper Part of the Ear

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10.1055/b-0037-144962 CHAPTER 14 Anomalies of the Upper Part of the Ear Minor congenital anomalies should be differentiated from aesthetic variations. Anomalies are characterized by aberrance of the three-dimensional structure of…

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CHAPTER 15 Other Anomalies

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10.1055/b-0037-144963 CHAPTER 15 Other Anomalies LOBULE The structure of the lobule comprises skin, fat, and fibrous septa without fibrocartilage. This is why the lobule is often reconstructed with skin flaps….

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CHAPTER 8 Secondary Cases

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10.1055/b-0037-144956 CHAPTER 8 Secondary Cases Patients with an unsatisfactory ear reconstruction often seek treatment from another surgeon to correct the problem. These secondary cases can be some of the most…

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