There is a range of congenital ear, nose, and throat problems - some occurring alone and others as part of a syndrome. The underlying causes are varied but, as with any congenital disorder, they can be broadly divided into chromosomal abnormalities (mutations and inherited problems), diseases associated with prenatal infection, maternal drug abuse, environmental factors, iatrogenic causes, and abnormalities of unknown etiology. The history will generally point you in the right direction and management will be guided by the degree of functional impairment as well as by any psychological distress associated with the condition (including parental when the child is very young). These are generally uncommon conditions, occurring in <5:10,000 births for each of ear, nose, and throat abnormalities. The cause/s of congenital disorders of the ear is/are not entirely clear. Lack of blood supply to the fetus, exposure to certain medicines or toxins, viral infections, and/or genetic mutations have all been implicated. Congenital ear disorders are usually visible at birth and appearance varies depending on the type of deformity. They include a range of ear deformities, facial deformities, hearing loss, crooked teeth, ear infections, ear tags, and other types of ear anomalies.
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