Ossicles

What is Ossicles?

Ossicles are the small bones in the middle ear cavity. They are incus, malleus and stapes. They are responsible for conduction of sound waves from tympanic membrane to the labyrinth.

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My ears unplug when lying down, but plug when I sit/stand up. If I pull on my earlobe, it unplugs, but plugs when I let...

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Brief Answer:
Ear ossicles defect

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

The problem you have could be due to defective movement amongst the...

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My ear still hurts.Could it be Eustachian tube disorder? I read about it online and it makes sense and I have many of the symptoms. The pain is...

doctor1 MD

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ETD is a common problem.

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Thank you for writing back.

1. Yes, whatever the source of the infection (including...

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There is bad odor between my thighs esoecially when i sweat or nit shower tgat day .. How can i can treat this ?

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It appears to be fungal infection. You need antifungal creams to treat...

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