The diagnosis: A woman has constant pressure in her ears – what does her brain have to do with it?

At first there was nothing unusual about the patient.

The diagnosis: A woman has constant pressure in her ears – what does her brain have to do with it?

At first there was nothing unusual about the patient. She came to our ENT practice because she had been feeling pressure in her right ear for a few months. In addition, the ear was "closed" - you know the feeling when traveling on a plane or hiking in the mountains at high altitude. This can also occur if an effusion has formed in the middle ear as a result of a cold.

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