postauricular

postauricular

 [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).
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Physical exam demonstrated numerous coalescing skin-colored to pink firm papules on the forehead and glabella, postauricular areas, neck chest, and back.
A postauricular incision was made, and the cholesteatoma was microscopically removed using a canal wall up (CWU) or canal wall down (CWD) technique.
(8) They have historically been addressed via a microscopic approach through either the canal or a postauricular incision.
To the best of our knowledge, there have been only few case reports of postauricular dermoid cysts in literature and little is known about dermoid cysts in the subcutaneous tissue of the postauricular region.
In the postauricular skin folds bilaterally, there are fainter but still erythematous plaques with mild scale.
A 3~5 cm vertical incision was made parallel to and within 0.5 cm away from the postauricular hair line.
She returned with a left postauricular swelling and pyrexia for one week.
In occupational exposures to dioxin, open comedones are seen on the malar cheeks, postauricular area, axilla, and scrotum.
Indeed, there is only one similar report in the literature of Marjolin's ulcer occurring in the postauricular region nine months after cortical mastoidectomy [11].
Sites involved were cervical (45.5%), axillary (15.6%), inguinal (12.1%), epitrochlear (6.1%), submandibular (6.1%), axillary and cervical (3%), preauricular (3%), postauricular (3%), submandibular and axillary (3%), and parasternal (3%).
Based on the access these are the anterior chest wall [7], axillary [8], the breast [9], and hybrid approaches such as the axillary-bilateral breast approach [10], bilateral axillo-breast approach [11], and the postauricular and axillary approach [12].
50 [micro]L of PBS solution, 50 [micro]L of free FITC (5mg x [mL.sup.-1]), or 50 [micro]L of FITC/HMS@ZIF (10mg x [mL.sup.-1]) was subcutaneously injected by postauricular hypodermic injections of mice.