K van Haver

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Serous otitis media is an extremely commonplace condition in pediatric patients and tends to resolve spontaneously. Only some forms warrant treatment. Indications for treatment include frequent superinfections, lasting hearing impairment with adverse consequences on socialization, or debilitation of the tympanic membrane carrying a risk for the ear.(More)
The authors have studied the induced acoustic otoemissions in 53 children with tubal malfunction. Otoemissions were present in 29% of all ears. In cases of retraction of the eardrum, the otoemissions were present in 2 of 23 ears. Some ears had no induced oteomission, with hypoacousia ranging from 10 to 15 dB only. Conversely, there were induced otoemissions(More)
The tissue changes and symptoms that occur during an allergic reaction in the upper respiratory tract are due to inflammatory reactions. The authors give a survey of the different allergic reactions and discuss the different components of the IgE mediated hypersensitivity which is the most important type of hypersensitivity in the upper airways. The(More)
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