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The outer third of the human external auditory canal lining which contains the cerumen glands also contains hair follicles. Folliculitis of the ear canal hair may cause acute localized otitis externa.
Hair growth within the ear canal is often observed to increase in older men, together with increased growth of nose hair. Visible ear hair that protrudes from the ear canal is sometimes trimmed for cosmetic reasons.
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