postauricular

postauricular

 [pōst″aw-rik´u-lar]
located or performed behind the auricle of the ear.

postauricular

/post·au·ric·u·lar/ (pōst″aw-rik´u-lar) located or performed behind the auricle of the ear.

post·au·ric·u·lar

(pōstawr-ikyū-lăr)
Denotes area located behind the auricle (external part of the ear).

postauricular (pōst´ôrik´yələr),

adj describes the area behind the auricle, or external part of the ear.

postauricular

located or performed behind the auricle of the ear.
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A 10-year-old boy presented to our clinic with a 1-month history of left postauricular pain accompanied by otorrhea.
She described a 2-day history of frontal headache, fever, and painful swelling in the right postauricular region.
Postauricular skin as an alternative to oral mucosa for anterior onlay graft urethroplasty: a preliminary experience in patients with oral mucosa changes.
Five subjects were treated in their nasolabial fold and postauricular areas and six months following injection, the patients received biopsies of the postauricular injection area.
Rubella is an exanthematous illness characterized by nonspecific signs and symptoms, including transient erythematous and sometimes pruritic rash, postauricular or suboccipital lymphadenopathy, arthralgia, and low-grade fever (1-3).
1C), and for neck and postauricular surgical defects.
5 cm anterior to the ear at the level of tragus (the 23G needle was introduced perpendicular to the skin and injection was made deep to the fascia and superficially as the needle was withdrawn); the zygomatico-temporal nerves were blocked midway between the supraorbital and auriculo-temporal nerves by using 2 ml of solution with a 23G needle; the postauricular branches of the greater auricular nerves were blocked by 2 ml of solution using a 23G needle between the skin and bone 1.
Palpable postauricular and posterior cervical nodes were noted.
Rhabdomyomas are rare tumors that most often arise from cardiac muscle, but a significant minority of them occur in the upper aerodigestive tract and the head and neck region, most often in the postauricular area.
34-36) For example, the biopsy specimen in the right postauricular region of an 11-yearold girl consisted of a black-brown nodule (Figure 1, A) that showed histologic features compatible with PEM: heavily pigmented, wedge-shaped tumor (Figure 1, B) composed of long spindle cells with fine dendritic processes and large epithelioid cells, some lightly melanized and others heavily melanized, with round to oval nuclei and numerous darkly pigmented melanophages (Figure 1, C and D).
The WHO definition of a case of rubella is a generalized maculopapular rash and fever and arthralgia/arthritis or cervical, suboccipital, or postauricular lymphadenopathy (5).
After a Penrose drain was placed in the depths of the wound, the postauricular incision was closed.