Accessory Tragus

Accessory tragus is a fairly common congenital malformation of the external ear. In the majority of cases it is an isolated developmental defect not associated with other abnormalities. It is, however, a consistent feature of the oculoauriculo vertebral syndrome (Goldenhar's syndrome) [49]. The lesion, which may be bilateral, is usually situated anterior to the normal tragus. Like the latter, the accessory tragus is composed of elastic cartilage with a covering of skin. In rare cases a similar structure has been found in the neck [8] or in the suprasternal region [54].

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