earlobe


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earlobe

also

ear lobe

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

, ear lobe
The soft bottom edge of the outer ear containing no cartilage.
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Split earlobe: Repair using a half Z-plasty technique.
Meta-analysis by Gerald Zavorsky[18] at McGill University included 29 previously published studies, comprised 664 paired samples for comparison of earlobe capillary with arterial blood and 222 paired samples for comparison of fingertip capillary blood with arterial blood.
Acar et al., "Earlobe crease may provide predictive information on asymptomatic peripheral arterial disease in patients clinically free of atherosclerotic vascular Disease," Angiology, vol.
The cleft earlobe: a review of methods of treatment.
Earlobe keloid specimens were obtained from the resected keloid at our outpatient clinic.
Autopsy studies have shown end arteriole occlusion in the vessels of the earlobe like that in ASCVD.
6) Earlobe width (EW): The distance between the most anterior and most posterior points of the earlobe (Fig.
Primary keloids of the helix in patients who do not have keloids at earlobe piercing site and other sites like back, front of chest and shoulders, are minor keloids.2
Hold your right earlobe with your left hand so that the thumb is on the outside and two fingers are on the inside, behind the ear.
We stumbled upon earlobe sensors when conducting the research and learned that sampling oxygen saturation levels at the earlobe isn't even a practice used in clinical settings anymore.