Trendelenburg excision; Triple wedge-shaped chondrectomy
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Reduction of the size of the auricle as a result of a three-layer wedge-shaped tumor excision.
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- If after three-layer wedge-shaped tumor excision defects in the helix and anthelix region do not exceed 3 cm, the shortened helix edge can be rejoined by skin suturing. This is particularly successful in the upper two thirds of the auricle.
- In order to avoid excess tissue in the anthelix area in the case of defects wider than 1 cm and to prevent the auricle from folding over when the shortened helix edge is joined, two opposing Burowsche relief triangles are applied. Cave! Cartilage sutures should be avoided because of the risk of ear cartilage necrosis.
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