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otalgia

[ō′tal·jə]
(medicine)
Pain in the ear.
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However, the ear is not always the source in ear ache. It becomes a diagnostic dilemma to identify the source of pain when the ear is found normal on examination.
Ear ache, vertigo and tinnitus had no significant association with distance (10 m away from the site of explosion compared to those who were within 10 m from site of explosion, but the perforation was significant on the left ear when the distance of explosion was <10 m (p10 m from the site of explosion.
These parents also were asked to fill out symptom diaries for their children to record signs of rhinitis, cough, fever, ear ache, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, and vomiting.
Visits that typically qualify are those that someone would normally go to a physician office for, such as sore throat, ear ache, flu-like symptoms, or sprains/strains.
Cough, chills, fever, headache, ear ache, stuffy or runny nose, etc.
Unusual four-week ear ache and sinus/headache blockages.
cough 61(39%), flu 38(24%), diarrhoea 25(16%), vomiting 23(14.6%), dysuria 19(12%), ear ache 11(7%), rash 9(5.7%), rigors and chills 4(2.5%) and ear discharge 3(2%).
Concurring with his findings, I told him that you name any problem - respiratory issues, common cold, even whooping cough, eye infections, ear ache, dental problems, indigestion, joints pain, boils and a horde of other afflictions -and you will get free medical advice from one or more wayside "doctors".
Commonest complaint was itching (100%) followed by ear ache (91%), ear block and ear discharge.
LAURA GARLAND: My daughter said she had earwig (She meant she had ear ache).