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  1. external auditory canal disorders
  2. acquired
  3. site of lesion
  4. acute external otitits
  5. acquired pinna disorder
  6. risk factors of impacted cerumen
  7. sensorineural hearing loss
  8. microtia
  9. cauliflower ear
  10. prevention for impacted cerumen
  11. etiology
  12. atresia
  13. foreign objects
  14. perinatal
  15. external otitits
  16. congenital, external auditory canal disorders
  17. acquired, external auditory canal disorders
  18. Pinna, congenital disorders
  19. chronic external otitis
  20. mixed hearing loss
  21. disorders related to ear cannal
  22. microtia and anotia are often
  23. congenital
  24. treatment to chronic external otitits
  25. anotia
  26. congenital stenosis
  27. exogenous
  28. onset
  29. impacted cerumen
  30. disorders related to pinna
  31. conductive hearing loss
  32. classifications of disorders
  33. endogenous
  1. a non genetic
  2. b impacted cerumen, foreign objects, external otitis
  3. c conductive, sensorineural, mixed
  4. d cauliflower ear
  5. e cerumen completely blocks ear canal
  6. f swimmer's ears; bacterila infection related to excessive water exposure
    -symptom: itching, swelling, discharge, pain
  7. g associated with pathology or pathologies that affect conductive and sensorineural mechanisms
  8. h close to timing of birth, during or soon after birth
  9. i associated with pathology of inner ear, auditory nerve, and/or CANS
  10. j aeration of ear canal, antibiotic ear drops, or oral anitbiotics, clearing debirs
  11. k deformed pinna due to repeated injury
  12. l congenital, perinatal, or acquired
  13. m flushing canal w/ water or surgical removal by physician
  14. n atresia, impacted cerumen, foreign objects, external otitits
  15. o consistent use of earplugs, hearing aids, q-tips, presence of congenital stenosis or foreign object
  16. p inflammation of skin of external auditory canal
  17. q unitalteral; often occuring on right side of face and in males
  18. r genetic
  19. s no ear; absence of pinna; not likely to have hearing loss if only pinna is absent
  20. t associated with pathology of the outer and/or middle ear disfunction
  21. u result of bacterial or fungal infection, skind condition, allergy, chronic drainage from middle ear infection; may last longer bc it's resistant
  22. v abnormally small pinna, absence of landmarks
  23. w complete or partial absence or closure of external auditory canal; partial blockage somewhere; has conductive component
  24. x prelingual, postlingual, in adulthood; contrasted w/ congenital;
  25. y anotia, and microtia
  26. z genetic or non genetic
  27. aa atresia
  28. ab present at brith; timing
  29. ac anotia, microtia, cauliflower ear
  30. ad prence of any object that's not naturally in the ear canal
  31. ae ear canal isn't fully developed, and it's very narrow
  32. af etiology, onset, site of lession
  33. ag itresia, impacted cerumen, foreign objects, external otitis