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Surfer’s ear, which is the common name for exostosis, develops when there is abnormal bone growth in the ear canal. The ear canal becomes constricted and thick, which leads to conductive hearing loss. Earwax and shed cells can become trapped in the canal, leading to frequent middle ear infections. The most common reason why people get surfer’s ear is exposure to cold water and windy conditions th


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