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2,189 Possible Causes for Small Ears

  • Microtia

    What is microtia? Microtia, also known as "small ear", is shown on the left compared to a normal ear shown on the right.[] Microtia Microtia (meaning 'Small ear') is a congenital deformity of the outer ear.[] Microtia: An abnormally small ear. The term "microtia" usually refers to a congenitally small external ear.[]

  • Anotia

    […] of microtia (micro small, and otia ear) to anotia (a - absent and otia ear).[] Microtia literally means “small ear” and may involve absence of part to nearly all of the external ear.[] In most cases of Microtia there is a small fold of skin and cartilage at the site where the ear should be, with a small, misplaced ear lobe hanging from it.[]

  • Ear Deformity

    Microtia is usually broken down into four categories: Grade I - is a slightly small ear with identifiable structures and a small but present external ear canal.[] It is either too small or nearly absent, called lobular microtia or a constricted ear.[] They can also be a wide range of abnormalities from small ears to shape abnormalities to having no external ear at all.[]

  • Deafness with Labyrinthine Aplasia - Microtia - Microdontia

    In addition, people with LAMM syndrome often have peculiarly small outer ears (microtia) with narrow ear canals.[] In addition, people with LAMM syndrome often have abnormally small outer ears ( microtia ) with narrow ear canals.[] Labyrinthine Aplasia, Microtia and Microdontia (LAMM) syndrome is characterized by the complete absence of inner ear structures (Michel aplasia), microtia and microdontia.[]

  • Goldenhar Syndrome

    Just having a small ear may be at the very mild end of this condition.[] The term microtia literally means "small ear" although in the literature it applies to small or malformed ears. These ears are often implanted lower down 17,18.[] It is possible that someone with just a small ear, and no other problems, may be at the very mildest end of this spectrum. Hemifacial means one side of the face.[]

  • Common Cold

    When To Call a Professional A small percentage of people who have a common cold develop bacterial infections of the middle ear, sinuses or lungs.[] For a small number of people, the congestion from a cold may allow another illness to take hold, such as a bacterial infection of the middle ear or the sinuses.[] However, some people may have symptoms that last for several weeks, and a small number of people may develop bacterial infections of the ear, sinuses or lungs following the[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    In a young infant, the small size of the air passages through the nose and between the ear and throat can cause problems not seen as often in larger children and adults.[] Your child's healthcare provider will review the symptoms and may look in your child's ears to make sure there is not an ear infection.[] Because your baby has such small nasal air passages, congestion and mucus can cause trouble breathing.[]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    There is a small amount of whitish discharge inside the left naris. The tympanic membranes are clear; posterior pharynx is mildly erythematous.[] She denies myalgias, shortness of breath, and ear pain, but does admit to mild headache. On physical exam, the nasal mucosa is swollen and erythematous.[]

  • Exostosis

    One approach to cure exostosis / surfer's ear uses a small incision behind the ear and the bone growth is removed by means of a surgical drill, while the other approach to[] The first uses the natural opening of the ear canal to reach the growths and the second uses a small incision behind the ear (within the crease behind the external ear).[] If Exostosis / surfer's ear is not treated, the bone growth can evolve to a complete blockage of the ear canal.[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    While the patient is unconscious, the surgeon makes a very small incision in front of the ear. A small, thin instrument equipped with a lens and light is inserted.[] The temporomandibular joint is the small joint located in front of each ear that attaches the lower jaw to the skull.[] Download Download the ebook for further information The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a small joint located in front of the ear where the skull and lower jaw meet.[]

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