Correspondence and communication| Volume 65, ISSUE 10, P1431-1433, October 2012

Teapot ear: Congenital ear-helix anomaly

      The congenital anomalies of external ear are extensively described in the literature. The interesting case reported in this article had an ear deformity on helix, which resembled the spout of a teapot.
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