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49 Possible Causes for Thick Earlobes

  • Goldberg-Shprintzen Syndrome

    earlobes, prominent nasal bridge, thick philtrum, everted lower lip vermillion and pointed chin), global developmental delay, intellectual disability and variable cerebral[] Dysmorphic facial features included sparse hair, arched eyebrows, long eyelashes, ptosis, downslanting palpebral fissures, prominent ears, thick earlobes, prominent nasal[] Different facial characteristics (thick, horizontal eyebrows and uplifted earlobes with a central depression), presence of seizures and hypospadias, and absence of polymicrogyria[]

  • Microtia

    The next stage may proceed approximately 3 months later. 2nd Stage: Creation of the Earlobe Temporo-Parietal fascial flap and Split-thickness Skin Graft Elevation of the ear[] Harvesting cartilage (possible) FORMATION OF THE EARLOBE Length of Surgery: Approx 4.5 hrs Length of Hospital Stay: 24 hours The 2nd stage consists of forming the earlobe[]

  • Congenital Upper Palpebral Retraction

    (02:15) Lid reconstructions Lower lid Central Full thickness wedge resection repair (02:04) Posterior wedge resection #2 (03:01) Repair lower lid defect with cantholysis[] […] gold weight (03:23) Placement of "high" upper eyelid weight (03:08) Telecanthus Repair of epicanthus inversus and telecanthus in blepharophimosis (03:37) Ear Repair of torn earlobe[]

  • Costello Syndrome

    earlobes, or both flexible joints large mouth the surface of face feels rough squint heart problems, including abnormal heart rhythm dental problems tight Achilles tendon[] ) Broad mouth and thick lips Pigmented skin Drooping of the upper eyelid (ptosis) Squint (strabismus) Affected children may have learning difficulties, but many have warm[] thick calluses and toenails Complications Costello syndrome is a complex, multisystem condition, and it can lead to various complications.[]

  • Scar Contractures

    Examples of scars most commonly treated include: Hypertrophic : scars within the boundaries of the incision or wound and are generally thick, red, and raised in appearance[] Keloid : somewhat similar in appearance to hypertrophic scars, often found on the earlobe, shoulder, and breastbone and appear most commonly in dark-skinned individuals Contracture[]

  • Lymphatic Filariasis

    Sites of blood collection: Finger prick, earlobe or venous blood (using EDTA anticoagulant) Thick blood smear : The standard method for diagnosing active infection is the[]

  • Keloid

    We report the finding of a malignant blue naevus of 14.3 mm Breslow thickness in association with a keloid scar on the earlobe of an Afrocaribbean gentleman.[]

  • Sanjad-Sakati Syndrome

    earlobe.[] […] feet and hands, mental retardation, craniofacial dysmorphism including microcephaly, retromicrognathia, deep-set eyes, depressed nasal bridge, long philtrum, thin lip, and thick[]

  • Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis

    The skin lesions may appear on the following areas of the body: Hands and feet Palms and soles Arms and legs, armpits Head and neck region including the chin and earlobes[] […] or be deep pink or reddish-brown in color Form a plaque due to combination of several papules The raised skin lesions may be: Brown in color Oily in appearance Scaly and thick[]

  • Mowat-Wilson Syndrome

    There are also characteristic uplifted earlobes.[] Note the thick eyebrows, hypertelorism, deep-set eyes, prominent nasal bridge and particularly prominent nasal tip with overhanging columella, open mouth and prominent chin[]

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