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Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) is a rare genetic condition. Allergic angioedema is skin reaction commonly associated with urticara (hives). Find out more about these conditions. English: Spanish:

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Guest Post: Learning from the Specialist – My time at Richmond ENT

By Ava Torjani – Princeton Class of 2018 When I was first offered the Princeternship at Richmond ENT, I was given the perfect reason to be excited for an otherwise lonely spring break back at Princeton. I have had previous work experience in medicine but never in the field of otolaryngology (a.k.a. ear, nose, and throat), […]

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Widex Demo Day – April 24th

Richmond Hearing Aids is having a Widex Demo Day where we will have our Hearing Instrument Specialist Randy Whitlow and a Widex Audiologist available for free hearing evaluations and hearing aid demos. To schedule an appointment, call and ask for Jennifer – and hurry because space is filling up fast!

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Exostosis of the external auditory canal

Not all ear wax is created equal! This 11-year-old girl came to me with chronic earwax problems. In her ear was a peanut-sized bony tumor. The mass was gently pried out with a small chisel, relieving her obstruction. Exostoses of the external ear canal are also known as “surfers nodules.” They generally occur in adults, […]

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3-D Printed Ear

Cornell bioengineers and physicians have created an artificial ear using 3-D printing and injectable gels made of living cells—that looks and acts like a natural ear. Over a three-month period, these ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them. This gives hope not only to the thousands of children born […]

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