accessory tragus

ac·ces·so·ry tra·gus

small nodules present at birth, anterior to the tragus, derived from first branchial arch remnants and often containing central cartilage.
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Within the core of the lesion were cartilage and surrounding fibroadipose tissue consistent with an accessory tragus (figure 2).
An accessory tragus is usually an isolated congenital defect.
Accessory tragus is an easily recognized congenital cutaneous anomaly.