[Acute external otitis and its differential diagnosis].


Acute external otitis is an inflammation of the ear canal, which can involve the pinna and the tympanic membrane. The history typically differentiates the presence of predisposing factors or contact with potentially contaminated water (swimmer's ear). A sudden onset with occurrence of ear pain, itching, otorrhea, and a physical examination revealing an… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0034-1396837


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