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Eardrum ringing due to tympanic membrane rupture?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
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In brief: Usually separate

Issues. Ringing in the ears is due to abnormalities in the inner ear and the nervous system. Ear drum rupture is usually a complication of infection of the middle ear.

In brief: Usually separate

Issues. Ringing in the ears is due to abnormalities in the inner ear and the nervous system. Ear drum rupture is usually a complication of infection of the middle ear.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Dr. Pablo Arango
I would disagree. Ringing can occur with any decrease in hearing. Tympanic perforation often produces ringing because there is a decrease in the hearing of the patient. I see this quite frequently in my practice.
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