oa Modern Medicine - Ear syringing: why and when, and can it do any harm?
|Article Title||Ear syringing: why and when, and can it do any harm?|
|© Publisher:||Infixion Media (Pty) Ltd|
|Affiliations||1 Royal Adelaide Hospital and Australian Craniofacial Unit, Adelaide Children's Hospital, Adelaide, Australia|
|Publication Date||Jun 1991|
|Pages||61 - 66|
|Keyword(s)||Ear syringing, Indications, Otorhinolaryngology and Risks|
Syringing the ear canal to remove wax, squamous debris, foreign bodies or the products of recent infection is one of the most common procedures performed by the general practitioner (GP).
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