ceruminosis

ceruminosis

 [sĕ-roo´mĭ-no´sis]
excessive or disordered secretion of cerumen.
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ce·ru·mi·no·sis

(se-rū'mi-nō'sis),
Excessive accumulation of cerumen.
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ce·ru·mi·no·sis

(se-rū'mi-nō'sis)
Excessive formation of cerumen.
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ceruminosis

Excess ear wax production. This leads to blockage of the external ear canal (the auditory meatus) and readily-remediable deafness.
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