Reconstruction of partial ear defects presents a unique and notable challenge to the dermatologist. This is due to the complex architecture of the external ear which is difficult to duplicate surgically. Several procedures are available for correction of defects to the external ear. However, the diversity of external ear shapes shows how difficult it is to achieve a certain solution to this problem. We report a case of auricular squamous cell carcinoma in which the skin defect is reconstructed by a staged supra-auricular interpolation pedicle flap.
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