Surgical excision of lesions of the pinnae result in long-term control ( 1.5 years) in the majority of cases. … In general, lesions of the pinna are more manageable than those of the nasal planum because the location allows a more aggressive surgical or cryosurgical dose.
involving the pinna and may present the clinician with a diagnostic dilemma. … including India, the sites of predilection are the buttocks and trunk.  As a result, tuberculosis is not usually considered in the differential diagnosis of cutaneous lesions