|The auricula. Lateral surface.|
|Horizontal section through left ear; upper half of section. (Helix labeled at bottom right.)|
|Gray's||subject #229 1033|
The prominent rim of the auricula is called the helix. Where the helix turns downward behind, a small tubercle is frequently seen: the auricular tubercle of Darwin.
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