otalgia


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otalgia

[ō′tal·jə]
(medicine)
Pain in the ear.
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By the end of the 14 days, her tinnitus and otalgia had resolved.
Habitual cleansing of the ear with wooden stick or any other object (68%) has been found to be the most common predisposing factor, and pruritis and otalgia (89% each) were the most common clinical presentations.
Middle ear inflammation is indicated by otalgia or erythema of the tympanic membrane (AAP, 2004).
Em outra pesquisa com trabalhadores expostos ao ruido [14], os sintomas auditivos foram citados por 50% da amostra e os mais frequentes foram a otalgia (25%) e o zumbido (12,5%).
As shown hearing loss and pruritis were the most common symptoms at the time of diagnosis followed by otalgia otorrhoea and tinnitus.
We should prescribe antibiotics for AOM in my opinion, but not for otalgia and not if the diagnosis is uncertain.
Entre estos antecedentes prevalece el dolor de cabeza de tipo tensional en el 24% de los pacientes, seguido por otalgia, en el 20%.
El caso corresponde a una mujer de 63 anos de edad, quien presento sintomatologia de tres anos de evolucion de hipoacusia, plenitud aural y otalgia izquierda.
Objective: To assess the effectiveness ofa homeopathic ear drop for treatment of otalgia in children with acute otitis media (AOM).
Moderate or marked bulging of the tympanic membrane or slight bulging accompanied by either otalgia or marked erythema of the membrane.
Eagle's Syndrome is a rare clinical condition, which often presents with recurrent pain in the oropharynx and face, foreign body sensation in the throat, dysphagia and referred otalgia due to an elongated styloid process or calcified stylohyoid ligament.
Otalgia is said to be common although specific incidence and prevalence is not known.