antihelix


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Related to antihelix: condyloid process, Scaphoid fossa

antihelix

 [an″te-he´liks]
the semicircular ridge on the ear anterior and parallel to the helix; called also anthelix.

an·ti·he·lix

(an'tē-hē'liks), [TA]
An elevated ridge of cartilage anterior and roughly parallel to the posterior portion of the helix of the external ear.
Synonym(s): anthelix

an·ti·he·lix

(an'tē-hē'liks) [TA]
An elevated ridge of cartilage anterior and roughly parallel to the posterior portion of the helix of the auricle.
Synonym(s): anthelix.

an·ti·he·lix

, anthelix (an'tē-hē'liks, ant-hē'liks) [TA]
An elevated ridge of cartilage anterior and roughly parallel to the posterior portion of the helix of the external ear.
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Orejas con pinnas mas altas que anchas y cubiertas por el pelaje, con el helix, antihelix, antitrago y la fosa escafoidea poco desarrolladas.
Evaluation of Stahl's ear, third crus of antihelix. Ann Plast Surg 1980;4(6):511-515.
El feto que se describe presenta varias anomalias asociadas, tales como, microcefalia, dismorfias faciales (frente estrecha, epicanto bilateral, puente nasal ancho y deprimido, micrognatia, pabellones auriculares con helix desplegado y ausencia de antihelix, microtia), implantacion baja del cabello en la region dorsal, asimetria toracica, hipoplasia pulmonar unilateral, ano ectopico, arteria umbilical unica, y de manera selectiva, las alteraciones presentes en el aparato urogenital: agenesia de rinon, trompa uterina y ovario, se encontraron ubicadas en el lado derecho.
As the long axis of the abnormal crus is often far from parallel to the normal long axis of the antihelix, simple Mustarde suture methods may not be viable.
The skin and perichondrium of the upper and middle thirds of the antihelix were resected.
A 29-year-old woman presented to the plastic surgery clinic at the University of California-Irvine Medical Center with a chief complaint of a slowly growing lesion on the antihelix of her right ear.
Tubercles 4 through 6 arise from the second branchial arch and form the (4) antihelix, (5) antitragus, and (6) lobule.
This usually starts along the helix or antihelix and gradually involves entire ear and may eventually form an abscess.
Physical examination showed clubfoot, low-set ears with dysplastic lobes and dysmorphic antihelix, anteverted nostrils, arachnodactyly, low-set thumbs, bilateral clinodactyly of 5th finger of the hands, and varus foot.
The presence of protruding ears was defined based on the examiner's observation, as an angle greater than 30[degrees] between the auricular pavilion and the skull, occurring due to concha increase or lateralization, and/or a lack of adequate folding of the antihelix (18).
For correction of the antihelix, a methylene blue-stained 30-gauge needle was inserted anteriorly on each side of the proposed antihelix in order to stain the margins for suture folding posteriorly.
the shen men located on the triangular fossa, superior to the origin of the superior and inferior crus of the antihelix, 2.