surfer's ear

Common medical condition for surfers worldwide, consisting of bone deposits formed under the skin of the ear canal, primarily from repeated exposure to wind and water; formally known as exostosis. While surfer's ear is painless in itself, the narrowed canal can trap water and wax in the inner ear, increasing the likelihood of infections and tinnitus (ringing in the ears); hearing loss may result i...

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