A classic reprint: An operation for prominence of the auricles (with two wood-cuts)

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I Reprinted from Archives of Otology, 10:97, 1881. as follows: An incision was made through the skin, along the entire length of the furrow formed by the junction of the auricle with the side of the head posteriorly. This was joined at each end by a curved incision carried over the posterior surface of the auricle, and the skin and subcutaneous tissue included by these incisions were dissected off. Two incisions, nearly parallel to the former ones, were then carried directly through the cartilage, and an elliptical piece of the latter, measuring 1 1/8 in. by

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@article{Ely1987ACR, title={A classic reprint: An operation for prominence of the auricles (with two wood-cuts)}, author={Edward T. Ely}, journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery}, year={1987}, volume={11}, pages={73-74} }