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Generalized pinna and peri-auricular dermatitis.

Dermatitis with excoriation secondary to scratching.  Prolonged otitis externa with infected ear discharge was the underlying cause and responded well to treatment.

Secondary dermatitis secondary to prolonged irritation by infective ear discharge.


Dermatitis secondary to topical antibiotic eardrop allergy.

Pigmentation and papular lesions affecting mostly the concal bowl area.


The typical psoriasis lesions.



Psoriasis lesions involving pinna and external ear canal. 

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