Last update: 01/07/2011   

Acute Otitis Media

Acute otitis media is one of the most common infections in young children can suffer even if the people of all ages. It consists of a middle ear infection caused by microorganisms that spread from the upper aerodigestive tract via the eustachian tube. As a result usually accumulates fluid or pus behind the eardrum. Usually accompanied by pain can be intense, and there is suppuration (discharge of pus from the ear). Besides the accumulation of fluid in the middle ear causes a decrease in hearing. For the treatment of otitis media are used antibiotics. To perform the treatment correctly, carefully follow your doctor's instructions.

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