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Indentation above ear on both sides of skull, disappeared after good night's sleep. What could it be?

Hi, yesterday evening, I noticed an indentation above the ear on my skull on both sides.....I could not believe I even had my husband feel the indetation on both sides....and they were pretty deep. We went to sleep and had the window open and there was a lot of fresh air, I had the best sleep and when I woke up both indentations are completely gone.....I could not believe you know what this could be. I am trying to get information on the internet and cant find anyting......Thank you!!!
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Hi, there is no known entity in medical literature in my knowledge which fits into your description. So you are not able to find anything on internet. What it can be is that there must have been some swelling in the soft tissue above the ears and the cause can be localized pressure because of posture or spectacles. Otherwise the skull above the ears is not smoothly rounded and has got some depressions. Regards
Answered: Tue, 24 Dec 2013
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