Ear Infections

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Ear Infections

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Is it really an ear infection?

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Ear infections are one of the staple diagnoses of pediatrics. Most kids have at least one before their third birthday.

Why is diagnosing ear infections so hard?

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Reader Q: Could you explain how ear infections are acquired and how to prevent them? Ear infections are a VERY common condition in pediatrics. In fact, ear infections are the most common bacterial ...

How does an ear infection happen??

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All you ever wanted to know about ear wax. WARNING: Do NOT use q-tips in the ear!!

Quest for Health: Ear Wax: Both Good and Bad

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Making Me Dizzy!!! (A brief overview of the vestibular system) - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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saline mist to clear the noses of children

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    ... where can I get this?!

Normal versus infected middle ear (view of the TM)

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Looking at the tympanic membrane in your baby

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Viewing your sinuses and how they open up as you age. Note the red line on his left is supposed to represent the eustachian tube going from his nasopharynx to his middle ear

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How the tube connects from your middle ear to your nose and throat

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otitis media- what is going on in your head

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What the ENT does when they put in tympanostomy tubes to alleviate chronic fluid behind the ear drum, which keeps getting infected or is causing hearing loss

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Another view of what is happening inside your middle ear when you get fluid (and then an infection)

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Great view of how your ears connect to your nose & throat

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Another view of your doctor looking at your ear with an otoscope (that special light thingy)

How Can Chiropractors Help - Some Great Benefits Of Visiting A Chiropractor

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How we look at your ear

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More of what your doctor sees when they look in your ear at the tympanic membrane

The Original Doctor Mom Otoscope

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Picture demonstrates how the eustachian tube goes out from the middle ear to your nasopharynx (nose & throat)

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Anatomy of an ear infection, showing how fluid (then bacteria) fill up behind the ear drum, in the middle ear

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This is NOT an "ear infection", which is otitis media (infection of middle ear), this is OTITIS EXTERNA (external ear infection of the canal), aka swimmer's ear

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What your doctor sees when they talk about fluid behind the ear drum

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A child's eustachian tube is straighter and smaller than an adults, plus they have less sinuses and smaller sinuses, so they tend to get more ear infections

A Brief History of the Eustachian Tube

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