Ear Problems in Scuba Diving

Ear Problems in Scuba Diving 2021-10-07

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doctormike

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doctormike submitted a new resource:

Ear Problems in Scuba Diving - A reivew of dive related ear problems, by Michael Rothschild, MD

I am an avid technical rebreather diver, a longtime board member of our local dive club, a pediatric ear, nose and throat specialist and a medical moderator on Scubaboard. In this capacity, I answer more questions about ear problems than any other medical issue in the context of diving.

The ear is uniquely positioned to be vulnerable to both external and internal injury in this sport. Furthermore, there is a great deal of confusion about the nature of...

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Strong work Mike!
Thank you for your time putting this resource together! It is useful for all our medical and non-medical comrades.
 
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Strong work Mike!
Thank you for your time putting this resource together! It is useful for all our medical and non-medical comrades.
Thanks!
 

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My eldest son developed vertigo for some odd reason, he wasn't sure if it was related to diving and has gone multiple test with ENT, including MRI, ECHO, nothing has been found to be a cause. It comes and goes, but never diving.
 
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