otitis externa

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to otitis externa: Chronic Otitis Externa
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to otitis externa

inflammation of the external ear (including auricle and ear canal)

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
If your ear pain is caused by otitis externa, your doctor will likely recommend ear drops to reduce the inflammation and irritation.
Out of 5 cases of graft failure, 4 cases had ET dysfunction post-operatively, 3 cases had URTI and 1 case had otitis externa.
Most of the bacteria isolated from otitis externa samples were related to Pseudomonas aeruginosa with 8 (38/15%) isolates.
The occurrence of acute otitis externa was found highest (29.
Evolving resistant pseudomonas to ciprofloxacin in malignant otitis externa.
Entre los principales agentes etiologicos involucrados en los procesos de otitis externa en caninos se encuentran las levaduras, especialmente aquellas pertenecientes al genero Malassezia.
challenging scenario is with persistent bacteria/ fungal otitis externa where the otolaryngologists sometimes consider fitting of the aids via more invasive alternative routes such as middle ear hearing implants.
The complications encountered were increase in ear block, otitis externa and otomycosis.
QI GET recurrent otitis externa - what can I do to help the problem?
ISLAMABAD -- Swimmer's ear - also called otitis externa - is different from a regular ear infection, explains Dr Irshad Mohiuddin, ENT Specialist, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.
We defined otitis externa as an intact TM and an inflamed, discharging lining of the external auditory canal.
1%), for acute otitis externa and acute otitis media in pediatric patients with tymponostomy tubes; and Moxeza Solution, (moxifloxacin HCI ophthalmic solution) 0.
Malignant otitis externa (MOE) (1) is a rare but well recognised sequelae of otitis externa.
Specialists in pediatric otolaryngology, anesthesiology, surgery, and audiology from the US and Canada address anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, etiology, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, evaluation, management, complications, and other aspects of acute and chronic otitis media, otitis externa, hearing loss and balance disorders, acute and chronic rhinosinusitis, epistaxis, airway obstruction in the newborn, stridor, laryngeal disorders, dysphagia, adenotonsillar disease and sleep-disordered breathing, congenital neck masses, infections, benign salivary gland disorders, malignancies, craniofacial anomalies, and trauma, as well as basic audiometric assessment, the EXIT (ex utero intrapartum treatment) procedure, special issues in anesthesia, guidelines, and medical error.