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Related to antihelix: condyloid process, Scaphoid fossa


n, pl -helices (-ˈhiːlɪsiːz) or -helixes
(Anatomy) a variant spelling of anthelix


(ˌæn tiˈhi lɪks, ˌæn taɪ-)

n., pl. -hel•i•ces (-ˈhɛl ɪˌsiz)
the inward curving ridge of the external ear.
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For correction of the antihelix, a methylene blue-stained 30-gauge needle was inserted anteriorly on each side of the proposed antihelix in order to stain the margins for suture folding posteriorly.
the shen men located on the triangular fossa, superior to the origin of the superior and inferior crus of the antihelix, 2.
In frontal view, the helix laterally projects from the antihelix at a distance of 2 to 5 mm.
The scaphoid fossa, triangular fossa of the antihelix and the cymba concha are the usual sites to be involved.
Sculpting of the scaphoid fossa, triangular fossa, helix, and antihelix determines the basic form of the reconstructed auricle.
Lo primero para recordar es que Mozart tenia agenesia del lobulo auricular de la oreja izquierda, helix vertical y antihelix prominente (28, 29).
Abstract Chondrodermatitis nodularis chronica helicis (CNCH) is a condition characterized by spontaneously evolving tender single or multiple nodules over the apex of helix or antihelix of the external ear.
One of the major intricacies in the CIT is that the inner side of the earlobe is not accurately reproduced, especially in the crura of the antihelix region and crus of the helix [15].
Orejas con pinnas mas altas que anchas y cubiertas por el pelaje, con el helix, antihelix, antitrago y la fosa escafoidea poco desarrolladas.
Clinically the condition may be recognised by a third crus with a flattened antihelix and a malformed scapha, creating the characteristically shaped ear.
Pabellones auriculares con implantacion normal, dismorficos con helix poco plegado, ausencia de antihelix, microtia, conductos auditivos externos permeables.
Both auricles were prominent, with the superior crus of each ear extending at a right angle from the antihelix.