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Ear disease

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Subject: Infection, Otorhinolaryngology, Medical conditions, Fetal disease, Puerperal disorder
Collection: Diseases of the Ear and Mastoid Process, Otorhinolaryngology
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Ear disease

Ear disease
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MeSH D004427

Ear disease is a subfield of otolaryngology addressing the pathology of the ear.

Two of the major categories are otitis and hearing disorders. However, not all hearing disorders are due to structures of the ear.

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