preauricular

preauricular

 [pre″aw-rik´u-ler]
in front of the auricle of the ear.

pre·au·ric·u·lar

(prē'aw-rik'yū-lăr),
Anterior to the auricle of the ear; denoting lymphatic nodes so situated.

preauricular

/pre·au·ric·u·lar/ (-aw-rik´u-lar) in front of the auricle of the ear.

preauricular

[prē′ôrik′yələr]
located anterior to the auricle of the ear.

pre·au·ric·u·lar

(prē'aw-rik'yū-lăr)
Anterior to the auricle of the ear; denoting lymphatic nodes so situated.

pre·au·ric·u·lar

(prē'aw-rik'yū-lăr)
Anterior to the auricle of the ear; denoting lymphatic nodes so situated.

preauricular (prēôrik´yələr),

adj describes the area in front of the ear between the ear's opening and the cheek.

preauricular

in front of the auricle of the ear.

preauricular alopecia
an area of sparse haircoat located between the eyes and base of the ears in cats; a normal variation, but sometimes incorrectly interpreted as alopecia.
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1] Clinically, it presents as a single or, less commonly, multiple yellowish-colored plaques with overlying alopecia, usually confined on the scalp; however, it can also appear on the face, preauricular area, and neck region.
Brown said that the preauricular area can work well as a donor site for facial grafts, since there's often extra tissue with little tension there.
IHs involving the preauricular, mandibular (Beard area) may cause respiratory obstruction.
4) Adenoviruses are implicated in a wide range of human diseases including pharyngoconjunctival fever, an acute and highly infectious disease characterized by fever, pharyngitis, acute follicular conjunctivitis, and regional lymphoid hyperplasia with tender, enlarged preauricular adenopathy.
In the developmental lesions found were congenital melanocytic nevus (2), faun tail nevus (2), hemangioma (1) and preauricular skin tag (1).
Treacher Collins Syndrome (TCS) is a rare, autosomal dominant disorder characterized by hypoplasia of maxillary and mandibular bones, external ear abnormalities, preauricular hair displacements onto the cheeks, coloboma of the lower eyelid and absence of the lower eyelashes and conductive hear loss.
7 Clinically, PA presents as a solitary, painless, slow growing lump or swelling in preauricular region or angle of the mandible, however, depending upon the location of minor salivary glands, symptoms may vary from dyspnea to dysphagia to acute airway obstruction and obstructive sleep apnea.
A 24-year-old male patient was admitted to the Otorhinolaryngology Department with complaints of pain for three days in the bilateral preauricular region.
These include bilobe flaps, preauricular tissue rearrangement, double opposing flaps, and others.
10) y anomalias del desarrollo a: apendice sacro, hoyuelo preauricular, hoyuelo sacro, pezon supernumerario, polidactilia, trago accesorio, otros (Figura 1).
A punch biopsy of facial skin from the preauricular area was taken at baseline and after the 24 weeks of intervention.
5,7 J shaped curved hook elevator, most frequently used, can be performed intraorally and extraorally, but it needs a preauricular stab incision and general anaesthesia and it may damage the facial nerve branches.