Boxer Ear

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Definition

Boxer's ear is another term for cauliflower ear. It is a kind of hematoma that results to bulging malformations in the outer ear.

Diagnosis

Boxer's ear can be diagnosed via physical examination, CT scan and MRI.

Treatment

This kind of subcutaneous hematoma gradually heals over a certain period of time.

Symptoms and Signs

The main symptom for the disease is a clove of bulging mass that develops in the outer ear, which seems to look like a cauliflower.

Causes

The main symptom for the disease is a clove of bulging mass that develops in the outer ear, which seems to look like a cauliflower.

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