Haemorrhagic Bullous Myringitis

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Otorhinolaryngology

Case description

A viral infection has been a cause of haemorrhagic blister arising from the right eardrum. It is presented in this video. The associated symptoms are earache and fullness sensation. Serous discharge which contains blood is present due to the rupture. Treatment is only symptomatic - recovery will be achieved by itself.

tags: laryngology EAR infection eardrum haemorrhagic blister

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