The eardrum is required for hearing because it detects sound waves and communicates the vibrations to the brain, but it also works as a barrier to isolate the inner ear and keep it free from infection. While undamaged, the eardrum seals off the inner ear resulting in...
Swimmer’s ear, formally referred to as acute external otitis, is an infection that develops in the outer ear canal (the area outside the eardrum). The popular name “swimmer’s ear” originates from the fact that the problem is commonly linked to...
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