Otoliths: What are they? Otolithic Detachment Vertigo: What Are the Causes and What Are the Symptoms? Diagnosis: which tests are useful? What is the cure? Advice
What is auriculotherapy? When is it practiced? How does it work and how is it practiced? Does it have a scientific basis?
General description of the various forms of otitis: external, average and internal (or labyrinthitis). Search for causes, list of symptoms and treatment options
What is the ear? What is its anatomy? What functions does it perform? What diseases can affect him?
Definition of hearing loss, symptoms and levels of hearing impairment. Conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. Causes: presbycusis, acoustic trauma, genetic factors, ototoxic diseases and drugs
Complete or Partial Deafness: What is it? How Many Types Are There? What are the causes? What are the associated symptoms? Diagnosis, Tests and Possible Cures
Otorrhagia or Blood from the Ear: What is it? What are the causes? Symptoms Associated with Bleeding, Importance of Diagnosis, Care and Treatment
External Otitis - Swimmer's Otitis: What is it? What are the triggering causes? With what Symptoms does it manifest itself? Classification, Diagnosis and Treatment
Myringitis: What is it? What are the causes? Symptoms, main forms and risks. Tests for Diagnosis and Treatment (Drugs and Surgery)
What is the Whistle in the Ears? What are the causes and what are the associated symptoms? How is it diagnosed? What are the Remedies and Cures?
Mastoiditis is an acute or chronic purulent infection of the mastoid. What is it caused by? What symptoms does it generate? How is it treated? All the answers to the most frequently asked questions
Otitis in the Child: What is it? What are the causes and with what symptoms does it manifest? What to Do and How to Treat Otitis in Children
Earwax is a waxy secretion that protects and lubricates the ear canal, preventing drying out. Chemical composition, functions and disorders associated with the accumulation of cerumen in the ear ...
Ear: what is its anatomy? And its physiology? Why are there two ears? Too loud noises cause temporary deafness and hearing damage
Earplugs to protect the eardrum from noise pollution: how and why are they used? Are they really effective? Risks and dangers associated with incorrect use
Proper ear cleaning is the ideal way to prevent earwax plugs and ear infections. List of the most used methods to clean the ears
Labyrinthitis or internal otitis, which is inflammation of the labyrinth and other internal structures of the ear. What causes it? What are the symptoms? Cures, drugs and treatments
What is misophonia? What are the causes? What are the symptoms and what are the complications? How is it diagnosed? Is there a cure?
What are ear plugs and how are they used? Description of the types of earplugs most used to muffle noise, protect the ear from water and travel by plane
What is the eardrum? What is its anatomy? What functions does it cover? What pathologies can it develop?