otorrhoea


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otorrhoea

(ˌəʊtəˈrɪə)
n
(Veterinary Science) pathol a discharge from the ears
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Eight of the patients had otalgia, and the duration of otorrhoea was >12 months in 4 of those patients.
In this study, otorrhoea was the most common presenting symptom.
There was a history of right-sided otorrhoea for many years and, despite multiple visits to his local clinic, the patient was never referred to an otolaryngologist.
This study concluded that antibiotics seem to be most beneficial in children younger than 2 years of age with bilateral acute otitis media, and in children with both acute otitis media and otorrhoea.
The bullock was said to have been suffering from chronic otorrhoea in both ears for more than a year.
Swabs and/ or aspirations of otorrhoea (clear or purulent secretions) that are neither recurring nor chronic, from a fresh tympanic perforation in patients without prior exposure to antibiotics, are also not routinely advised.
The World Health Organization (WHO) definition requires only two weeks of otorrhoea, but otolaryngologists tend to adopt a longer duration, i.
Post- operative complications include chronic otorrhoea and residual perforation for 1-2% of patients.
Conclusion: Otomycosisis commonly presented with decreased hearing pruritis otalgia and otorrhoea.
Rhizomes are given orally during urinary complaints, otorrhoea (discharge from the ear), deafness, and other ear complaints.
In case of otorrhoea (Poon/ Pawn in local dialect), potash alum is mixed in the milk of woman and the solution is instilled in the ear canal.
2003) Outcome measures: Resolution of Australia otorrhoea (clinical cure), proportion of children with healed perforated tympanic membrane (TM) and improved hearing Follow up: 10 to 21 days after treatment started Del Mar et Intervention period: Various al.