Original article

Study of congenital anomalies of pinna and the ecological influence on it’s development
  • Santanu Banerjee


Pinna is present in mammals only and not found in any other living species. Various congenital anomalies of Human pinna often mimic the appearance of normal pinna of many mammals of lower order. Ecology has been observed to play a role in the development of pinna. Anomalous pinna though frustrating for both patients and clinicians, are mostly amenable to treatment.


Cleft Palate Unequal Size Meatal Stenosis Ecological Influence Congenital Atresia 
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© Association of Otolaryngologists of India 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • Santanu Banerjee
    • 1
  1. 1.West BengalIndia

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