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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Is This How Head Tilt Starts? RE: Is This How Head Tilt Starts?

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LBJ10
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The only calcium deposits in the ear that I have ever heard of occur in the inner ear. You wouldn’t be able to see them on the outside. They would be inside the inner ear organs. When the calcium deposits flake off, they can actually lead to dizziness/vertigo. This happens in people.

It sounds like this is some kind of deposit on the outer ear. What you’re describing though almost sounds like a papilloma. Can you post a picture? I’m curious what this thing looks like.