- Retained Contacts10:48What Would I Do Next? | Geriatric FallsFree Chapter20:28Paper Chase #1 - Treatment of Acute Urticaria: A Double Blind Trial4:03Q & A Corner: Lacs Gone Wild!!!15:32Medico-legal Case: Crush Injury, Part One18:24Paper Chase #2 - Faster Clean Catch Urine Collection3:42Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Ear6:34Common Unexplained Symptoms20:00Paper Chase #3 - Nonoperative Treatment for Acute Appendicitis4:30Medico-legal Case: Crush Injury, Part Two16:40Varicella In Pregnancy16:19Paper Chase #4 - High vs standard Dose Vitamin D for Viral URI’s in Children3:52HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis & Pre Exposure Prophylaxis12:46Paper Chase #5 - Use of Plain Radiography in Children with Wrist Injuries3:51The Summary21:44
The ear exam starts with evaluation of the surrounding structures including the mastoid bone, pre-auricular area, cervical lymph nodes and throat. Some of the abnormalities seen with otoscopy may include otitis externa, otitis media, bullous myringitis and otitis media with effusion. The most accurate method of diagnosing otitis media is with pneumatic otoscopy.