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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) An ill-defined, red scaly plaque over the antihelix and concha and a 1-cm ulcer on the cymba concha over the left ear was found. (b) The patient was in sustained complete remission seven years after recurrence. (c) The catheter was catheterized through the left lingual artery into the external carotid artery, with the tip located proximal to the branching of the posterior auricular artery.

Figure 1: (a) An ill-defined, red scaly plaque over the antihelix and concha and a 1-cm ulcer on the cymba concha over the left ear was found. (b) The patient was in sustained complete remission seven years after recurrence. (c) The catheter was catheterized through the left lingual artery into the external carotid artery, with the tip located proximal to the branching of the posterior auricular artery.