Autoimmune inner ear disease was first defined by Dr. Brian McCabe in a landmark paper describing an autoimmune loss of hearing. AIED is used to describe any disorder in which the inner ear is damaged as a result of an autoimmune response. Research has come to the consensus that AIED is the result of antibodies or other immune cells that cause damage to structures of the inner ear such as the cochlea and vestibular system.
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Mod Sun seems to be sporting some new ink inspired by his recent collaborator and rumored flame , Avril Lavigne. The "Stay Away" singer, 33, and the pop-rock star, 36, were photographed leaving BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood on Thursday, sparking rumors that the two were dating. During the outing, TMZ spotted some interesting new ink on Mod Sun — Lavigne's name tattooed across the back of his neck. The duo recently released their collaboration "Flames" last month and have spent a lot of time together. A source tells PEOPLE that Mod Sun and Lavigne have been working in the studio "nearly every day for over two months" on her album that's set to come out later this year. The source also added that Mod Sun's new ink is likely real because he would "never get a temporary tattoo. This song holds a lot more weight than meets the eye.
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