Requests to surgically correct split earlobes are frequently received by plastic and reconstructive surgeons. The defect represents both a cosmetic and functional concern for the patient.
- Boo-Chai K.
The cleft earlobe.
Plast Reconstr Surg. 1961; 28: 681-688
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Published online: September 18, 2006
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