cauliflower ear(redirected from boxers ear)
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An ear swollen and deformed by repeated blows.
(Pathology) permanent swelling and distortion of the external ear as the result of ruptures of the blood vessels: usually caused by blows received in boxing. Also called: boxer's ear Technical name: aural haematoma
an ear deformed by repeated injury, resulting in an irregular thickening of scar tissue.
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