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FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EAR





Category: Diseases of The Eye and Ear

These are not of frequent occurrence. In the
case of children these bodies may comprise such objects as pebbles, beads,
beans, pieces of rolled paper, fly, bed-bug; insect of any kind may get
into ear of adults. If they reach the drum a very unpleasant sensation is
produced by the attempt to escape. Sometimes a layer of wax may gather
around the dead object. These bodies should be removed, for their presence
may produce a swelling or soreness in the canal. If the object is a dried
pea or bean the syringe should not be used. The object must be carefully
removed. Sometimes an operation is necessary to remove the object.





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