Ear Conditions

GLUE EAR

Glue ear is an ear condition that is quite common in infants and young children.

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PERFORATION OF EAR DRUM

A perforation of the eardrum is a tear or rupture in the thin membrane that separates the ear canal and the middle ear.

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SWIMMERS EAR

Swimmer’s ear is an infection of the ear canal.  It is called Acute Otitis Externa or Chronic Otitis Externa.

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TINNITUS

Tinnitus is a condition where you experience ringing or noises in the ear or head when there is no external noise present.

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MIDDLE EAR INFECTION

Middle ear infection is also known as acute otitis media or chronic otitis media.

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DIZZINESS & VERTIGO

The sensations associated with dizziness can be feeling lightheaded, unsteady, floating, giddy and nauseous or motion sickness.

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ADULT HEARING LOSS

Hearing loss is the partial or total hearing loss in one or both ears. There are several disorders that can affect the hearing in adults.

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INDUSTRIAL DEAFNESS

Acoustic trauma is an injury to the inner ear. This is often caused by exposure to high decibel noise, usually over 85 decibels.

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