The Puzzle Of The Representation Of Ear Nose Eye And Teeth On The Ear Lobe

One of the portions of the outer ear on which no particular consensus has been reached in the last 50 years is the ear lobe. Here, we are not looking for an association with one or more parts of the

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Fig. 5.30 Distribution of tender points in six patients with seasonal rhinoconjunctivitis (A), in six patients with atopic asthma (B), and in six patients with contact allergy (C).

SNC: at the moment this appears to be a step too far. It would seem easier rather to identify the areas associated with some somatic structures represented on the ear lobe such as the ear, nose, eye and teeth, through adequate methodology.

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