auricular triangle

au·ric·u·lar tri·an·gle

a triangle formed by the base of the auricle and by lines drawn from the true tip of the auricle to the extremities of the base.

au·ric·u·lar tri·an·gle

(aw-rikyū-lăr trīang-gĕl)
Area formed by base of auricle and by lines drawn from true tip of the auricle to extremities of the base.
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There was notable sparing of the nasolabial folds, submental regions, and posterior auricular triangles.
There was sparing of the nasolabial folds, submental regions, and posterior auricular triangles. "These features are noticeably different than those of other drug- or chemical-induced photodistributed hyperpigmentation," they said (Arch.