What are the symptoms of perforation of the eardrum?

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asked in Otorhinolaryngology by ERIKA

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answered by GAYLE
The clinical manifestations of eardrum perforation is hearing from normal to moderate deafness, consciously obstruction, even a few hours after the earache, exudate, earache symptoms, often accompanied by tinnitus, at the beginning only simple tympanic membrane hyperemia with otopiesis, punctate hemorrhage, causing sensorineural hearing loss, explosive the eardrum perforation, due to squamous epithelial squamous epithelium formed into varus tympanic cyst, prone to secondary infections.
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