Infections of the External Ear

Abstract

The external ear consists of the auricle, external ear canal, and the lateral (skincovered) surface of the tympanic membrane. The auricle or pinna is a flexible appendage of skin and subcutaneous tissue with a cartilaginous skeleton. The cartilage is elastic and forms the flared lateral extremity of an incomplete funnel that is set into the side of the head… (More)

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@inproceedings{JahnInfectionsOT, title={Infections of the External Ear}, author={Anthony F. Jahn and Michael Hawke} }