Auricular suppurative perichondritis is an acute suppurative inflammation of the auricular perichondrion, most of which is caused by ear trauma or the spread of infection in nearby tissues. The disease develops quite rapidly, often causing more severe pain and can lead to auricular cartilage necrosis and auricular deformities.
It is also said that auricular suppurative periostitis is caused by infection of ear trauma, such as laceration, cutting injury, frostbite, burns, etc., and skin infections, mainly bacterial infections, mostly Pseudomonas aeruginosa and gold. Staphylococcus aureus.
In general, there are obvious causes of seizures. First, there is a burning sensation in the auricle and a feeling of swelling and pain. Then the redness and swelling are aggravated, the range is increased, the pain is severe, and the night is more serious. The entire auricle can be affected except for the earlobe. May be accompanied by elevated body temperature, loss of appetite and other symptoms of systemic poisoning.
After the swelling is formed, there will be dark red or limited yellowish bulge on the surface of the auricle. There is a sense of fluctuation inside, and pus can be seen after rupture.