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A perforated (or ruptured) eardrum is a hole in the eardrum caused by injury or infection.
Eating disorders involve self-critical, negative thoughts and feelings about body weight and food, and eating habits that disrupt normal body function and daily activities.
Learn about Ebstein's anomaly, a rare defect in the right side of the heart that is present at birth (congenital).
The kidneys and urinary tract (which includes the ureters) filter and eliminate wastes from the blood. But sometimes a ureter doesn't connect to the bladder in the usual place, a condition known as an ectopic ureter.
Learn about genetic conditions, allergic reactions, and conditions that can affect the skin.
Eczema herpeticum is a skin infection that occurs when the skin becomes infected by herpes simplex (the type of viruses that causes cold sores).
Learn about edema, swelling due to the build-up of excess fluid in body tissues.
Learn about encephalopathy, a broad term used to describe brain dysfunction.
Encopresis (soiling) is a condition that causes a child beyond the age of toilet training to have bowel movements (poop) in his or her underwear.