Normal, receding, or jutting (as viewed in profile);
short, medium, or long (as viewed from the front); small, large, pointed, square,
dimpled, cleft, or doubt (Figure 5-15).
15. Ears. Small, medium, or large; shape as oval, round, triangular,
rectangular, or other appropriate term; lobe as descending, square, medium, or
gulfed (Figure 5-16).
Separation from the head should be described as close,
normal, or protruding; and setting (based on a line extended horizontally back from
the outside corner of the eye, which crosses the normally set ear at the upper
third) should be indicated as low, normal, or high (Figure 5-17).