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Ear wax

Ear wax: Introduction

A sticky substance secreted by the cerumen glands in the skin of the ear canals. The secretion may build up to a level where hearing is impaired until the buildup is removed. The secretion protects the inner ear by trapping foreign material such as insects and dust. ...more »

Symptoms of Ear wax

Treatments for Ear wax

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Alternative Treatments for Ear wax

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Ear wax: Complications

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Causes of Ear wax

  • Chronic ear picking
  • Twisted ear canal - a congenital ear canal condition
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Disease Topics Related To Ear wax

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Ear wax

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