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1.3.1 Good Vibration
Transcript of 1.3.1 Good Vibration
by: Kydriana Carter & LaMonika Wall
Ear Structure Affected
What Causes Chronic Otitis Media
"Ear Infection - Chronic: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia." U.S National Library of Medicine. U.S. National Library of Medicine. Web. 23 Sept. 2014.
Chronic Middle Ear Infection
Chronic Otitis Media
Short Eustachian Tube (in right ear)
Susceptible to Bacterial Infection
Had ear tube surgery twice
Perforated Eardrum ( resulting from two ear infections) with pus-like drainage
Hearing Loss in the Right Ear
When the Eustachian Tube gets blocked fluid builds up (infection occurs when that happens).
More common in children than in adults because their Eustachian Tube is shorter, narrower, and more horizontal.
Inflammation of the middle ear.
When discharge repeatedly returns to the middle ear.
Eardrum (the eardrum gets perforated.
Eustachian Tube (fills with fluid and gets infected)
Bones in the Middle Ear (scarred or eroded)
Not life threatening
Patient take prescriptions for several months
Hearing loss and other complications
Infection of the mastoid behind the ear
Ongoing drainage from a hole in eardrum
Cyst in the middle ear
Hardening of tissue in middle ear
Paralysis of the face
Inflammation around/in the brain
Damage to part of the ear that helps with balance