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 What Are the Causes of Middle Ear Bone Thickening?

Answer The middle ear has three bones called the incus, malleus and stapes. Sound causes the vibration of each bone as it touches the next one in formation and relays it to the inner ear. When it reaches ... Read More »
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I have this little bone sticking out at the bottom of my middle finger?

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Has anyone before done a bone regeneration surgery for sever bone loss due to periodental deasese?

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