Borderline cases of malignant external otitis.

@article{Cohen1990BorderlineCO,
  title={Borderline cases of malignant external otitis.},
  author={David Jacques Cohen},
  journal={The American journal of otology},
  year={1990},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={
          209-11
        }
}
The cases of four healthy people are presented; each suspected of having contracted malignant external otitis (MEO). In all four patients, the classic symptoms of MEO were present. In two cases, cautrimoxazole was administered orally; the other two patients did not receive any oral antibiotics. In each case, the disease took a benign course. It was concluded that MEO may occur in a wider, healthy population who overcome it quite easily, without recourse to antibiotics. 

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