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Ear canal infection and Involuntary oscillations of one or both eyeballs and Vertigo in pediatric age group
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Ear canal infection and Involuntary oscillations of one or both eyeballs and Vertigo in pediatric age group

  • Ear canal infection AND Involuntary oscillations of one or both eyeballs AND Vertigo in pediatric age group - Causes of All Symptoms
  • Ear canal infection OR Involuntary oscillations of one or both eyeballs OR Vertigo in pediatric age group - Causes of Any Symptom

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