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Dental malocclusion / overgrowth
Ear base abscess
Ear: total ear canal ablation
Radiography: skull (basic)
Skin: Pseudomonas infection
Ear mites: pinch test
Ear: normal - CT
Ear: otitis 01 - CT
Ear: otitis 02 - CT
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