otorrhoea


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otorrhoea

Any discharge (from clear to purulent) from the ear following a perforation of the tympanic membrane or through a surgically placed ventilating tube.

o·tor·rhe·a

(ō'tō-rē'ă)
A discharge from the ear.
Synonym(s): otorrhoea.
[oto- + G. rhoia, flow]

otorrhoea

Discharge from the ear. See also OTITIS EXTERNA, OTITIS MEDIA.

o·tor·rhe·a

(ō'tō-rē'ă)
Discharge from the ear.
Synonym(s): otorrhoea.
[oto- + G. rhoia, flow]
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The otorrhoea and pain had subsided but he still had hearing loss.
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By using the sterile disposable cotton swabs, 44 samples were aseptically collected from external auditory canal of canines with otitis externa (signs of erythema, swelling, otorrhoea, pain, itch, lesions of the ear tegument) from March' 2014-February' 2015 in a private clinic.
AOM with otorrhoea in patients with tympanostomy tubes is considered a separate clinical entity, since in a child with glue ear a biofilm disease is present, so acute otitis in this situation represents acute exacerbation of a chronic process.
The most frequent symptom, general sign, otological sign, intracranial complication, surgical procedure and morbidity were otorrhoea 35(100%), raised temperature 27(77.
Gradenigo's syndrome is characterized by otorrhoea, facial pain in regions innervated by the first and second division of trigeminal nerve and ipsilateral abducens nerve paralysis.
The aims of treatment are to clear up the otorrhoea, close the tympanic membrane perforation, improve the hearing loss and prevent complications.
Topical vancomycin for chronic suppurative otitis media with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus otorrhoea.
WHO CLINICAL STAGING OF HIV/AIDS FOR CHILDREN WITH CONFIRMED HIV INFECTION CLINICAL STAGE 1 Asymptomatic Persistent generalised lymphadenopathy CLINICAL STAGE 2 Unexplained persistent hepatosplenomegaly Papular pruritic eruptions Extensive wart virus infection Extensive molluscum contagiosum Fungal nail infections Recurrent oral ulcerations Unexplained persistent parotid enlargement Lineal gingival erythema Herpes zoster Recurrent or chronic upper respiratory tract infections (otitis media, otorrhoea, sinusitis or tonsillitis) CLINICAL STAGE 3 Unexplained moderate malnutrition not adequately responding to standard therapy- Unexplained persistent diarrhoea (14 days or more) Unexplained persistent fever (above 37.