2017
DOI: 10.1002/lary.26884
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Sandwich compression with rubbery tourniquet sheets and cotton balls for auricular pseudocyst

Abstract: 4. Laryngoscope, 128:1653-1657, 2018.

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“…In the present study, the scaphoid fossa was found to be the most common site of involvement (60.9%), in line with the findings of Lee et al 11 The possible reason is that the scaphoid fossa is closer to the edge of the auricle and relatively more vulnerable to injuries. The incidence rate was slightly higher in the right auricle (59.8%) than that in the left auricle, in keeping with the findings of studies carried out by Wu et al 5 and Kanotra et al 8 An auricular pseudocyst has been unilateral in most cases, with bilateral auricular pseudocyst rarely reported, and it has shown a higher incidence rate in males than females, 1 , 4 , 5 consistent with our incidence rate of 95.4% males.…”
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“…In the present study, the scaphoid fossa was found to be the most common site of involvement (60.9%), in line with the findings of Lee et al 11 The possible reason is that the scaphoid fossa is closer to the edge of the auricle and relatively more vulnerable to injuries. The incidence rate was slightly higher in the right auricle (59.8%) than that in the left auricle, in keeping with the findings of studies carried out by Wu et al 5 and Kanotra et al 8 An auricular pseudocyst has been unilateral in most cases, with bilateral auricular pseudocyst rarely reported, and it has shown a higher incidence rate in males than females, 1 , 4 , 5 consistent with our incidence rate of 95.4% males.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
“… 11 The inciting event has been attributed to cartilage contusion or local circulatory disturbance after mechanical stimulation of the auricle; it also may have an association with such factors as immune abnormalities or congenital dysplasia of the auricle. 1 , 4 , 5 , 8 In a pathological study of the resected anterior cartilage conducted by Zhang et al, the outer wall of the early auricular pseudocyst was actually the diseased perichondrium, which subsequently developed into new cartilage, and the whole cartilage was formed following continuous proliferation and thickening of the new cartilage, 12 rendering a theoretical basis for the low recurrence rate after anterior chondrectomy.…”
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“…Several techniques to exert pressure on ears have been developed for use after those treatments. Some techniques, such as surgical bolstered sutures, are invasive, but other techniques are noninvasive [ 1 , 5 ]. Critical points for the successful application of pressure are even and appropriate forces on the uneven surface of the auricle.…”
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“…The patient is prescribed analgesics to decrease the temporary pain after the procedure. A patient who is allergic to rubber or iodine may develop contact dermatitis [ 28 ].…”
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