Chronic Middle Ear Infection treatments
Chronic Middle Ear Infection
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Treatments could include:
Apply Warm Compresses
Myringotomy with insertion of tube or drainage device, button or grommet
Ear Wax Removal
Repair of defect or perforation of eardrum
Aspiration of Middle Ear
Incision of eardrum with insertion of eardrum tube under general anesthesia
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A mastoidectomy is a surgical procedure that removes diseased mastoid air cells. These cells sit behind your ear in a hollow space in your skull.
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Ear Tube Insertion
An ear tube insertion is when a doctor inserts tiny tubes, known as tympanostomy tubes, into the eardrum to reduce ear infections and allow drainage of excess fluids.
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