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In antomy of middle ear i've read , peri sinus cells areound the sinus plate .What does sinus plate mean here ? .

In antomy of middle ear i've read , peri sinus cells areound the sinus plate .What does sinus plate mean here ? .

Details, Details: In general, think of a plate as something relatively wide & thin like a dinner plate or the flat part of dentures (the dental plate), etc. So a sinus plate is a thin layer of bone that will separate one area from another, like the medial wall of the ethmoid sinus from the nasal area or the small thin-lined sinus air cells from the larger thin sinus plate that surrounds them to define that sinus. ...Read more

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23w5d ultrasound babies head measures 22 weeks and the rest of the body measured normal. Should I be worried. My doctor said brain anatomy was WNL

23w5d ultrasound babies head measures 22 weeks and the rest of the body measured normal. Should I be worried. My doctor said brain anatomy was WNL

No: It is not uncommon for one parameter to lag a little behind or be a little ahead. They will follow carefully the growth through the next ultrasounds. Good Luck and enjoy your pregnancy! ...Read more

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What is surfers ear?

What is surfers ear?

Extra bone: This is extra bone growth (exostosis) in the canal from the cold water. Nobody understands why it happens. It's not an infection like swimmer's ear. ...Read more

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What causes congetion of ear?

What causes congetion of ear?

Congested ear: There could be a variety of causes which include wax or foreign body in ear canal, fluid in the middle ear behind the eardrum, swelling of the eustachian tube which leads from the back of the throat to the middle ear, and other causes. You should see an ENT doctor for exam and possibly a hearing test. ...Read more

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What causes ringing in the ears?

What causes ringing in the ears?

Tinnitus: Ringing in ear is a kind of degenerative process that is more common in people who had been exposed to loud noises, but can happen to everybody. Might stay for the rest of your life. If it is associated with dizziness, or hearing loss, then needs evaluation. White noise at bed site might mask the ringing in ear. People gets frustrated, but you need to know that it is not a dangerous condition. ...Read more

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What is the ringing in your ears from?

What is the ringing in your ears from?

Tinnitus: The actual site of most tinnitus is unknown and some think that spontaneous tinnitus might originate in the hearing centers of the brain. It can be caused by significant and chronic noise exposure, infections of the inner ear, and traumatic brain injury. A few are inherited. Treatment is unsatisfactory and there are a number of 'natural' remedies with no proven value. ...Read more

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What causes my ears to iche constantly?

What causes my ears to iche constantly?

Qtips?: If you're scratching your ear with q-tips, fingers, bobby pins – this may be the cause of your itching. Other causes can include infection of the ear canal skin or even wax. You could try some baby oil in the ear to help moisturizer or see a doctor. ...Read more

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What is inner ear?

What is inner ear?

Inner ear: The inner ear is inside the ear and drums to absorb sound are apparent. Fluid usually circulates through the semi-circular canals and is absorbed if you have allergies, a cold or eustachian dysfunction. If the inner drum does not absorb fluids, infection, symptoms can occur that can be discomforted. Contact virtual appt at health tap if need more info. Welcome, Dr. Ivy Fisher ...Read more

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My ears are cloged?

My ears are cloged?

Possibly fluid: If your ears are not clogged with wax in the ear canal, they may be clogged with fluid behind the eardrum, especially if you have had a recent cold. In most people this will get better within three months. If you feel like you cannot hear well or have pain, you should see an ent. ...Read more

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Why do our ears ring?

Why do our ears ring?

Ears: Tinnitus/ringing in the ears is due to damage to the hairlike nerve endings in the ear. They are bent over instead of standing straight up. You should have your hearing tested to see how much loss if any you have and you should ask how to prevent further loss. ...Read more

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How do I clean my ears?

How do I clean my ears?

Two easy ways to do: That:1-few drops of h2o2 before shower in each ear canalwill do it. 2-vinger and water 50/50 also drop few drops in the ear canal before shower that will keep clean all the time. ...Read more

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Causes for swollen ear?

Causes for swollen ear?

Many, get checked: Infection, trauma, inflammation, toxin (sting/bite), dependent position, etc. See your dr as starting point for evaluation as to what is going on. ...Read more

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Can fleas enter your ear?

Can fleas enter your ear?

Yes: Any insect can enter your ear, but it is unusual. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Why do our ears ring ?

Why do our ears ring

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Tinnitis: Tinnitis or ear ringing can occur for variety reasons, but the ones that i see the most are nsaids or nonsteriodal use and early hearing loss. Hope that helps. ...Read more

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I have ringing in my ears?

I have ringing in my ears?

Tinnitus: There are many possible causes for Tinnitus. If this has become chronic - would recommend seeing audiologist for audigram and potential Ear/Nose/Throat evaluation. ...Read more

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Ear feel like full of wax?

See PCP: SEE PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN FOR OTOSCOPY AND AURAL IRRIGATION IF CONFIRMED. ...Read more

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Congestion and stuffy ears?

Congestion and stuffy ears?

Virus or allergy: Sounds like you have the typical issues a lot of people have this time of year. Viruses and being allergic to various things are typical causes. Do you have specific questions about the symptoms? ...Read more

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Why do my ears ich so much?

Consult ENT MD!: Many reasons. If your concerned, please consult an ENT md! ...Read more