1953
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1953.01540090003001
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Chondrodermatitis Nodularis Chronica Helicis

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“…Initially, investigators agreed with Winkler that degenerative changes in the cartilage initiated the CNCH lesions but the best evidence for the re lative unimportance of the cartilage in the pathogenesis is that presented by Newcomer et al [5] who studied auricular cartilages obtained at autopsy from subjects of the same age group. None of the autopsied specimens had known auricular pathology prior to death.…”
Section: Pathophysiologymentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…Initially, investigators agreed with Winkler that degenerative changes in the cartilage initiated the CNCH lesions but the best evidence for the re lative unimportance of the cartilage in the pathogenesis is that presented by Newcomer et al [5] who studied auricular cartilages obtained at autopsy from subjects of the same age group. None of the autopsied specimens had known auricular pathology prior to death.…”
Section: Pathophysiologymentioning
confidence: 97%
“…The present series CNCH cases provides the basis for confirmation and further refinement of the pathophysiology of the disease. Review of previously published series shows the pathologic find ings of transepidermal elimination but apparently these were not recognized as such [4][5][6][7],…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Surgical measures (wedge-shaped excisions and cartilage resections, excision biopsy with fullthickness skin grafting) [6,9,18,20,[26][27][28][29] Curettage/ electrocauterization [35,36] C0 2 laser [37,38] Argon laser [19] Pressure-relieving padding [17,[30][31][32][33] Glucocorticoid injections [8,39] Collagen injections [40] Topical glucocorticoids [41] …”
Section: Conflicts Of Interestmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several larger studies [2,3,9] have charac terized it as a distinct clinicopathologic entity which typically presents as one (rarely several) painful, whitish-yellowish to red papule of 2-5 mm. It is often covered with a keratotic crust and found on the helix of the ears of middleaged men.…”
Section: Abstract a Patient With Clinically And Histologically Charamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Inter mittent sharp pain, especially at night when sleeping on the affected ear, is the most frequent complaint. Less common sites of involvement are on the antihelix (more often seen in women) [9], concha, tragus, antitragus [3], and on the posterior aspect of the ear [4], Often the lesion has a centrally firmly affixed crust which at times drops ofT spontaneously only to form again. Removal of the crust reveals a small central crater or ulcer [3,4].…”
Section: Commentmentioning
confidence: 99%