earlobe


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earlobe

also

ear lobe

(îr′lōb′)
n.
The soft, fleshy, pendulous lower part of the external ear.

earlobe

, ear lobe
The soft bottom edge of the outer ear containing no cartilage.
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And split, dangling semi-earlobes could look even worse to potential employers than severely stretched earlobes.
One criticism of using this technique to repair earlobe clefts is that it causes notching of the inferior pole of the lobe.
Instead, the man from Bowling Green, Kentucky, yanks on his gummy earlobes.
The question being asked by the authors was: Can cutaneous measurement of PCO2 (PcCO2) at 37[degrees]C using a sensor clipped to the earlobe identify septic shock patients?
2] between arterial and arterialised earlobe samples.
According to the poster presented at the meeting, the investigators included 23 patients (19 women and 4 men) who had keloids of the earlobe that had been previously treated with reductive methods.
The relationship between earlobe crease and heart disease, primarily coronary disease (heart attacks), was first suggested more than thirty years ago and has been studied many times in various populations.
The lift starts with a small incision of 2-3 inches in front of the earlobe and elevation of the skin just in front of the earlobe.
The man was admitted to Wansbeck Hospital after has right earlobe was bitten off, but he was released after treatment.
1888: After a quarrel with Paul Gaugin, Vincent Van Gogh cut off his left earlobe.
Wolfgang Wagner's new wife had her dress ripped and another woman had her earring torn off--and the earlobe with it.
A: Surprising as it may seem, a number of good scientific studies indicate that earlobe creases are definitely associated with coronary heart disease.