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A patient is presented with complaints of a hypermobile right ear due to agenesis of the superior and posterior auricularis muscles and a thin concha cartilage. Suturing the concha cartilage to the mastoid bone and temporal fascia gave sufficient support of the external ear without creating a gross difference in appearance of both ears.
A new case of isolated paralysis of the anterior interosseous nerve of a 24-year-old man is described. It is thought that this was caused by a fall on the left arm. This paralysis has a typical clinical picture with a characteristic disturbance of the pinch grip. The patient recovered spontaneously. A review of the findings previously reported in the(More)
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