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Synonyms for ear

be out on your ear

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  • be dismissed
  • be removed
  • be fired
  • be sacked
  • be sent packing
  • get your P45

bend someone's ear

lend an ear

play it by ear

turn a deaf ear to something

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the sense by which sound is perceived

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In the present study, it could be concluded that dermatological conditions involving ear pinna may be a major etiological factor for aural hematoma rather than otitis externa which was in accordance with Joyce (2000) except in one case where bilateral aural hematoma with otits externa was present.
Pre-operative management performed with aseptical preparation of affected ear pinna by clipping and shaving of hair on both sides (convex and concave surface) after moisturizing the region with antiseptic soap.
In group II, dressing of wound + antibiotic and analgesic were as in group I, followed by treatment with low level laser therapy (LLLT) for 7 days continuously for 4 min on convex surface of ear pinna with frequency of 30 Hz and 2.
Aural haematomas are the most common physical injury of ear pinna and most apparently on concave surface (Slatter, 2003).
Respective standard measurements (in millimeters) were: total length, 237, 238; tail length, 98, 97; hind foot length, 42, 42; and height of ear pinna, 16, 15.
A male Malabari kid was presented with history of head shaking and swelling on concave side of left ear pinna.
Otoscopic examination revealed erythema of ear canal, purulent aural discharge with foul odour, congestion of vertical ear canal and thickening of ear pinna.
Otitis externa is inflammation of external ear canal distal to tympanic membrane with or without involvement of ear pinna.
The inner cartilaginous lining of ear pinna was sutured with skin of line of incision to completely close the wound.
These typical lesions are commonly found on face, around muzzle area and ear pinna.