The external portion of the ear suffers an injury, blood clot or other cause for a collection of fluid to occur under the perichondrium.
The cartilage of the ear, separates from the perichondrium causing a fibrious tissues to develop.
The thickening of the tissues is caused by the fibrious tissue.
The external ear resembles a cauliflower – and so it is named.
Hematoma is the accumulation of blood in a certain area.
Can be prevented or limited by Headgear – that protects the ears.
If untreated, can be painful and deformity and even hearing loss.
Commonly seen in the following sports:
3.) Kick boxers or Martial Artists
4.) Rugby players
1.) Antibiotics – when necessary.
2.) Draining – when necessary
3.) Tension or Compression dressing – placed around ears by a medical provider to limit the separation of the cartilage