inner ear infection


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inner ear infection

Otitis interna, see there.
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"The flight crew totally over-reacted after I took a few too many drinks combined with powerful pills for an inner ear infection.
It was originally thought to be an inner ear infection but then Karlsson was discovered to have fluid behind his retina.
Oliver Wilson and Soren Hansen have bad backs and Swede Robert Karlsson is suffering with an inner ear infection.
The trouble had stemmed from an inner ear infection which affected her balance.
He's been suffering all week from an inner ear infection and carded a horror final round 82 on his way to finishing 25 over par.
But he warned that one in four children hit by the flu will also develop an inner ear infection.
Drugs giant SmithKline Beecham has invested money in one of the vaccines, which is looking to prevent a type of inner ear infection.
But Keith Doyle and Ger Crossley have recovered from head colds and Jason Gavin of Middlesborough has recovered from an inner ear infection after he went swimming in Ibadan during the week.
Lawlor is without the suspended Martin Beggs, while Jamie Impey's inner ear infection remains a cause for concern and Dixie Nugent (calf strain) and Darren O'Keefe (ankle) could be out for a fortnight.
Vertigo, which is often caused by inner ear infections or diseases of the ear, can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting headaches, a racing heartbeat or double vision.
Inner ear infections: these infections occur after the arrival of the bacteria through the bloodstream or directly from the middle ear.
Significant levels of media attention have been directed toward ear care treatments for infants and toddlers, specifically the risks associated with inner ear infections.