outer ear infection

outer ear infection

Vox populi → medtalk Otitis externa, see there.
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Self-trauma can cause secondary bacterial skin infections and otitis externa, or outer ear infection.
An infection to the inner ear may have started with an outer ear infection, which remained unnoticed and untreated and gradually worked its way into the inner ear, or with a middle ear infection, which resulted from an upper respiratory infection.
It could be due to a middle or an outer ear infection.
Ear infections have to be taken very seriously, as any outer ear infection, if left untreated, can penetrate the eardrum and cause an infection of the middle ear.
Other common names for this condition are outer ear infection, ear canal infection, or, the proper medical term (for those of us that are proper), otitis externa.
If a child has an outer ear infection or a pus discharge from the ear, he should not go swimming.
The most common childhood infection in the ear canal is called otitis extema (also known as outer ear infection.
An outer ear infection if untreated can penetrate the eardrum and lead to an infection of the middle ear, then the inner ear.
It is a quinolone antibiotic solution that is intended to treat outer ear infections in adults and children, chronic middle ear infections in adults and children with perforated eardrums, and acute middle ear infections in children with ear tubes.