Acute otitis media
acute otitis media
The general term for acute otitis media both with chestand without perforation. It is the presence of fluid behind the eardrum and at least one of the following: bulging eardrum, red eardrum, recent discharge of pus, fever, ear pain or irritability. A bulging eardrum, recent discharge of pus and ear pain are the most reliable indicators of acute otitis media.
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