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earache

 [ēr´āk]
pain in the ear; called also otalgia and otodynia.

ear·ache

(ēr'āk),
Pain in the ear.
Synonym(s): otalgia, otodynia

otalgia

/otal·gia/ (o-tal´jah) pain in the ear; earache.

otalgia

(ō-tăl′jə)
n.
Pain in the ear; earache.

o·tal′gic adj.

otalgia

[ōtal′jə]
a pain in the ear. Also called otodynia, otoneuralgia.

ear·ache

(ēr'āk)
Pain in the ear.
Synonym(s): otalgia, otodynia.

otalgia

Pain in the ear.
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Only five of the 100 subjects had a rating for severity of ear pain (3 --mild; 2--moderate).
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Bacterial infections are obviously likely to be associated with inflammation of the ear canal and are understandably more likely to result in ear pain as well as discharge which will make the continued use of HA difficult or perhaps impossible.
We went for a second opinion to KIMS after our son started showing signs of ear pain.
Pulsatilla is recommended for the clingy, whiny child, and belladonna is indicated for ear pain with sudden onset.
A 57-year-old woman visited our clinic with the complaint of right-sided ear pain for 10 days.
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A 5-year-old boy presented with progressive left supra-auricular swelling for 2 weeks associated with left ear pain and low-grade fever.
Patients referred to the UCC are those in stable conditions requiring urgent treatment for problems such as those with flu symptoms, ear pain and eye problems, wounds, sprains and fractures, rashes and sudden digestive issues.
When you have ear pain or other acute malady, you're really not looking to add dizziness to the symptoms, brought on by dueling degrees.
The most common reason for administration of ear drops was ear pain, recorded for 93 doses; improvement was noted after 78.
Parental suspicion was based on many factors: the presence of fever, the height of the fever, restless sleep, ear pain, ear rubbing, severe or prolonged runny nose or cough, and irritability.