Having an abrupt onset; appearing suddenly
A common infection of the ear canal, also known as Outer Ear Canal Infection and “Swimmer’s Ear”
A common infection of the middle ear, also known as Middle Ear Infection
Antibiotics fight bacterial infection.
Germs that are microscopic living organisms that can cause infections in humans
Also called the tympanic membrane, the eardrum is a thin, tense membrane that separates the outer ear from the middle ear.
Ear, nose & throat specialist, also known as an otolaryngologist
The narrow passage leading from the middle ear to the cavity behind the nose and mouth
An inflammation of the inner, middle, or outer ear, often accompanying infection
A common name for Outer Ear Canal Infection or Acute Otitis Externa
The small projection in front of the external opening of the ear
Also known as ear tubes, myringotomy tubes, ventilation tubes, and PE (pressure equalization) tubes; tiny cylinders placed through the eardrum to allow air into the middle ear and drainage out
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