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What is Cauliflower ear?

Cauliflower ear is a deformity of the external ear caused by infection or trauma; boxers, wrestlers and rugby players are prone to this. This normally occurs when small blood vessels that supply the outer portions of the ear become damaged… Full Answer

How do you get cauliflower ears?

Cauliflower ear is a deformity of the external ear caused by infection or trauma; boxers, wrestlers and rugby players are prone to this. This normally occurs when small blood vessels that supply the outer portions of the ear become damaged… Full Answer

What causes cauliflower ear?

It is a non-medical term used to describe an external ear that has been damaged, leaving the cartilage looking lumpy. The lumps are what people have described as looking like cauliflower. This is usually due to multiple injuries to the… Full Answer

What are hard lumps around and on your ears if you have one in each lobe and one on the back of each ear and one in front of each ear on the facial region and sometimes they swell?

What is cartilage? tough connective tissue that connects various parts of your body (including the outer ear!) What is cauliflower ear? A deformity that typically occurs in boxers, wrestlers and rugby players who are active in the scrum. It is… Full Answer