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What is Otitis Media (Eustachitis)?

Description of the disease

Otitis media (eustachitis) is an inflammation of the eustachian tube in the ear, which can lead to hearing impairment and discomfort. This condition can worsen quality of life and may require medical intervention.


  • Acute otitis media
  • Chronic otitis media


  • Earache
  • Fever
  • Hearing loss
  • Discharge from the ear


Cold, allergies, changes in atmospheric pressure, and infections can lead to the development of otitis media.


Diagnosis of otitis media includes examination by an ENT doctor, audiometry, and tympanometry.


Treatment may include taking anti-inflammatory drugs, ear irrigation, and using local anesthetics.


To prevent otitis media, it is recommended to avoid rapid changes in atmospheric pressure, promptly treat colds, and practice proper ear hygiene.


Otitis media is treated by an otolaryngologist (ENT doctor).

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.