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American Academy of Dermatology: “Caring for pierced ears.”
KidsHealth.org: “What’s Cauliflower Ear?”
Mayo Clinic: “Airplane Ear,” “Swimmer’s Ear,” “Tinnitus,” “Ear Infections,” “Ear Candling,” “Ear Wax.”
National Institutes of Health: “Association Between Hearing Loss and Cauliflower Ear in Wrestlers, a Case Control Study Employing Hearing Tests,” “Don't put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear,” “Listen Up! Noises Can Damage Your Hearing,” “Cauliflower Ear and Skin Infections among Wrestlers in Tehran.”
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