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Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Ear

Kurt Schmidt, DO and Mike Weinstock, MD
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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.

 

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