A Case of Auricular Pseudocyst

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Abstract

Background:

Auricular pseudocyst is a rare, asymptomatic, cystic-like swelling of the auricle that may pose a diagnostic challenge to the clinician. If inadequately treated, recurrences and ear deformities may ensue.

Objective:

The authors present a case of auricular pseudocyst in a previously healthy 43-year-old man. Aetiologies, histology, differential diagnosis, and treatment modalities are discussed.

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