Surgical correction of pixie-ear defect without an exposed incision on the lobe.


Pixie ear is a condition in which the posterior edge of the helix extends straight down to the cheek-jaw intersection, without sweeping back up anteriorly to form a lobe. It occurs congenitally, but more commonly is a postoperative condition, following facelift surgery. Over the years, a handful of methods have been proposed to restore a normal earlobe… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/SAP.0b013e31824eefab


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