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Note what signs you see.
I (S. Kalynka, M.D.) see a dysmorphic left ear (see a previous image of this ear) – the rim of the helix is hypoplastic and relatedly the antihelix is prominent. Please see related images of this patient including of the contralateral ear (asymmetry).
PERSPECTIVE: Many patients with an unrelated dysmorphic syndrome (Beckwith-Wiedeman or macroglossia – omphalocele) have “skin pits” on the same area of the helix.