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Figure 3: The excision of a squamous cell carcinoma resulted in a defect of the scaphoid fossa (A). A posterior based flap was elevated in the postauricular region (B) and advanced through an auricle tunnel into the defect (C). Flap sutured into place (D)

Figure 3: The excision of a squamous cell carcinoma resulted in a defect of the scaphoid fossa (A). A posterior based flap was elevated in the postauricular region (B) and advanced through an auricle tunnel into the defect (C). Flap sutured into place (D)