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American Family Physician: “Initial Evaluation of Vertigo.”
CHI St. Alexius Health: “What causes ear infections and why do kids get them so often?”
Cleveland Clinic: “Cerumen Impaction.”
Kids Health: “Eustachian Tube.”
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders: “Ear Infections in Children.”
Mayo Clinic: “Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV),” “Earwax blockage,” “Swimmer’s ear,” “Tinnitus.”
NIH: “Association Between Hearing Loss And Cauliflower Ear in Wrestlers, a Case Control Study Employing Hearing Tests,” “Meniere’s Disease.”
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