What are the main clinical signs of cerumen embolism?

In cases where the cerumen is small and the external ear canal is not yet completely blocked, there are mostly no obvious clinical manifestations. In severe cases of cerumen embolism, patients may experience ear closure, ear swelling, itching of the ear canal, hearing loss, ear pain, tinnitus and even vertigo or reflex cough.

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