3. Repeated episodes of chronic otitis media may damage the ossicular chain, leading to gradual aggravation of conductive deafness and even neurological deafness.If complications such as purulent labyrinthitis occur, one ear will be completely deaf.
During the onset of otitis media, there is generally a sense of stuffiness, or inflammatory secretions that block the ear canal, or even inflammation that enters the middle ear and inner ear and destroys the auditory nerve, which will cause hearing loss.Whether it will recover or not, it is necessary to actively treat and observe the prognostic effect.The more timely the intervention, the greater the possibility of hearing recovery.If there is still hearing loss after the recovery of otitis media, timely intervention is required.
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