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Otoplastie fonctionnelle. Rappel anatomique et technique

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Le pavilion de I’oreille joue un rôle important dans l’audition et dans la physionomie du visage. Véritable cornet acoustique à l’architecture complexe, il réceptionne et concentre les sons vers le méat auditif externe. L’originalité de son dessin en fait un élément fondamental de l’identité individuelle. Anomalie morphologique fréquente, l’oreille proéminente est une disgrâce souvent mal perçue dès la petite enfance et I’échec d’une otoplastie est toujours vivement ressenti d’autant plus que le traitement semble simple. En fait, s’il est facile de « recoller » une oreille proéminente, il est souvent plus difficile de le faire de façon harmonieuse et parfaite comme en témoigne la multiplicité des techniques proposées.

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