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By Jeremiah C. Tracy M.D., Arnold S. Lee M.D., Andrew R. Scott M.D. (auth.), Melvin A. Shiffman (eds.)
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9 (continued) g i and its posterior crus. When the ear is folded back, the new antihelicis is noted on the anterior surface of the auricle. The skin is punctured through from the anterior surface with a fine needle along the outer and inner borders of the new antihelix and superior crus. Each point is marked on the posterior surface of the auricular cartilage with methylene blue to delineate the cartilage incision. No markings are necessary to outline the inferior crus since the sulcus antihelicis transversus is usually visible.
The whole upper part of the ear turns forward and tends to droop as it lacks the stiffening support of the superior crus. Type 3: The whole of the antihelix is poorly formed, and the scapho-conchal angle is widely obtuse. The superior crus is absent. The inferior crus and the lower part of the antihelix, though visible, are very much flattened. The ear stands sharply out from the head at a right angle. b Type 4: The antihelix is totally absent. The ear is of the fetal type curving smoothly outward and forward from the head in the pane of the concha.
The anterior and posterior auricular veins follow the arteries, although there is often more than one vein per artery. The veins are slightly larger in diameter, up to 2 mm. Posteriorly, the posterior auricular vein drains the posterior surface of the auricle and runs inferiorly between the posterior auricular artery and greater auricular nerve to drain into the external jugular vein. References 1. Adamson PA, Litner JA. Aesthetic parameters and specific deformities. In: Litner JA, Adamson C, Adamson PA, editors.