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  • Ruptured eardrum

    A ruptured ear drum or perforated tympanic membrane as it's medically known is a hole or tear in the eardrum, the thin tissue that separates the ear canal from the middle ear. A ruptured eardrum can result in hearing loss and also make the middle ear vulnerable to infections or injury. A ruptured eardrum usually heals within a few weeks without treatment. Sometimes, however, a ruptured eardrum requires a procedure or surgical repair to heal. Signs and symptoms: Ear pain that may subside quickly, Clear, pus-filled or bloody drainage from your ear, Hearing loss, Ringing in the ear (tinnitus) and Spinning sensation (vertigo).

  • Ruptured eardrum

    If the tear or hole in your eardrum doesn't close on its own, an ENT specialist may seal it with a patch. With this office procedure, ENT may apply a chemical to the edges of the tear to stimulate growth and then apply a patch over the hole. The procedure may need to be repeated more than once before the hole closes. If a patch doesn't result in proper healing then surgical procedure called tympanoplasty is to be done. The surgeon grafts a tiny patch of our own tissue to close the hole in the eardrum.

 

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