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  Earlobe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whether the earlobe is free or attached is a classic example of a Simple genetic dominance relationship; freely hanging earlobes are the dominant allele and attached earlobes are recessive.
Genetically dominant, free earlobes are twice as common in the human population as attached lobes.
Tearing of the earlobe from the weight of very heavy earrings, or traumatic pull of an earring, is fairly common.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Earlobe   (508 words)

  
 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Earlobe creases
Earlobe creases are superficial lines in the otherwise smooth earlobe of a child or young adult.
Some studies have found that people with earlobe creases are at greater risk for heart attack than others.
In children, earlobe creases are often associated with rare disorders.
www.nlm.nih.gov /medlineplus/ency/article/003045.htm   (435 words)

  
 Earlobe symptoms - WrongDiagnosis.com
The cause of Earlobe symptoms may be more easily identified if other symptoms exist.
When you follow a link to our interactive multiple symptoms page, you will be able to modify your list by adding and removing symptoms thus helping to better research your condition.
Various tests are used in the diagnosis of Earlobe symptoms.
www.wrongdiagnosis.com /sym/earlobe_symptoms.htm   (861 words)

  
 Pierce Companion --- "Patented" Pierced Earlobe Protection & Repair
The earlobe supports bear the weight of the pierced earring and prevents the droopy sagging appearance to both young and aging earlobes.
The earlobe supports provide the strong reinforcement needed to be able to wear pierced earrings with the pierced ear hole completely and permanently torn through.
As the original inventor of Pierce Companion earlobe supports, I would like to leave with you how I came to invent these wonderful earlobe supports and what they have done for me. In the late ‘80’s, I constantly wore the in fashion of the day large, heavy, dangling pierced earrings.
www.kreashans.com   (783 words)

  
 Earlobe
Repair of a torn earlobe occurs in the plastic surgery office setting using a local anesthetic.
The procedure consists of "freshening" the edges of the split and placement of sutures to complete the repair of the earlobe.
If repiercing is desired this can be accomplished three months after the earlobe repair.
www.drphilipmiller.com /information/earlobe.html   (173 words)

  
 Split ear lobe - torn earlobe deformity patient photos
Some torn earlobes were reconstructed with a "jelly roll" flap, saving a passageway for ear rings.
Both of these patients were done under local anesthesia in Dr. Bermant's office operating room.
Take you time and browse a few additional examples of torn earlobe deformities and Dr. Bermant's ear lobe sculpture.
www.plasticsurgery4u.com /procedure_folder/split_earlobe_cases.html   (842 words)

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