Normal Anatomy  
Introduction 2

Introduction 2

Description : Although the auricle is histologically simple, its vasculature and innervation are complex, as it shares vessels and nerves with many adjacent facial structures. In order to understand those diseases of the epidermis, dermis, and underlying cartilage that affect the auricle, a solid knowledge of clinical dermatology is required, as well as an appreciation of the uniquely exposed location of the auricle, its blood supply, and shared innervation.

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