earlobe


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earlobe

[′ir‚lōb]
(anatomy)
The pendulous, fleshy lower portion of the auricle or external ear.
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"We were concerned to hear about Miss Walsh's earlobe and are in communication with Mrs Walsh regarding this issue."
As we age, lost of collagen, pull of gravity and years of fashionable big heavy earrings causes stretched out, droopy, thin, wrinkled earlobes.
Next, with the scalpel placed on the medial surface of the earlobe to provide support, the biopsy punch is pressed firmly with a circular motion into the lobule, centered closely over the earlobe cleft.
She said: "What it was, in the moment, we were all playing the game and having a laugh, but I didn't know if it was inside the ear at the time, or the earlobe.
The use of arterialised earlobe blood sample for acid base status evaluation has been proposed almost 60 years back.
In a recent episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" (via (http://people.com/style/kris-jenner-earlobe-reduction/) People ), Jenner revealed that she is insecure about her saggy earlobes. Kardashian previously commented negatively about her mom's earlobes, the 62-year-old momager started wondering if they were too big.
Of 437 Atahualpa residents aged [greater than or equal to] 60 years identified during door-to-door surveys, 294 (67%) underwent ABI determination and earlobe examinations.
Traumatic cleft earlobe repair using double triangular flap from epithelialized skin of cleft margin.
However, for earlobe keloids, the expression or function of lncRNAs has not been studied to date.
Officers say he was knocked to the ground, punched repeatedly and had part of his earlobe bitten off during the attack.