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of or relating to near the ear

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Although many skin infections can be empirically treated with oral cephalosporin, penicillin, or erythromycin, it is important to recognize that infected piercing sites and auricular perichondritis due to pseudomonal infection will not respond to these agents.
In order to probe the imaginative process underlying the creation of these works of art, the small body of auricular drawings firmly attributed to the van Vianens and Johannes Lutma will be assembled.
Los resultados obtenidos en este trabajo nos permiten concluir que el extracto etanolico de propoleos chileno presenta actividad antiinflamatoria sobre lesiones topicas con inflamacion aguda generadas con TPA en pabellon auricular de raton, disminuyendo de forma significativa el diametro y los hallazgos histologicos de la lesion generada por el proceso inflamatorio.
(8,11-13) However, potential effects of anatomical alterations in the female pelvis resulting from LSTV (and associated variabilities in the position of the sacral auricular surfaces) on labor have scarcely been reported.
Archibald, "Vacuum-formed matrix as a guide for the fabrication of craniofacial implant tissue bar-retained auricular prostheses," Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether ASCs could differentiate into auricular cartilage and to know growth factors associated with regeneration of auricular cartilage defects by ASCs in rabbits.
The auricular lobule has an important place in face and ear aesthetics.
[14] Voigt A et al determined which combination of differently designed magnetic abutments provided the best retention for an auricular prosthesis.
The treatment is believed to be auricular acupuncture, which involves sticking needles in inmates' outer ears.
The scalp derives its blood supply mainly from the four superficial branches of the external carotid artery, the superficial temporal, angular, occipital, and posterior auricular arteries, and the supraorbital and supratrochlear branches of the internal carotid.