Exostoses (Surfer’s Ear)

Surfer’s ear is a medical condition in which bone growths, referred to as exostosis, develop in the external ear canal. It is thought to be due to recurrent exposure to cold water. Over time, these exostoses can lead to blockage of the ear canal and cause symptoms such as hearing loss, infections and water trapping in the ear canal.

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