Evaluation of facial aesthetics is inherently subjective, though for centuries we have tried to objectify these assessments by using measures such as the ‘Golden Ratio’. This study aims to make similar descriptions of prominent ears using a simple ratio observed in standard anterior pre-operative clinical photographs.
- Walker D.
- Kubba H.
- Clement W.
Use of facial proportions in pinnaplasty assessment.
Brit Assoc of Plas, Recons Aesth Surg. 2011; 03: 007
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- Use of facial proportions in pinnaplasty assessment.Brit Assoc of Plas, Recons Aesth Surg. 2011; 03: 007
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Published online: January 09, 2019
Accepted: January 6, 2019
Received in revised form: December 29, 2018
Received: August 23, 2018
☆Details of any meeting at which the work was presented, wholly or in part. Oral Presentation: Scottish Otological Society Winter meeting 10/11/17
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