Sudden Hearing Loss, Acute and Chronic Ear Inflammations Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing is usually unilateral, sudden onset hearing loss in which otoscopic examination is completely normal. This condition, accompanied by unilateral ringing and hum, has a sudden onset and increasing severity in the first three days. The treatment process is carried out with corticosteroids and vasodilators with vasodilating effects. In some cases, steroids are injected into the ear. Acute otitis media is called otitis media.
There are four different types, namely serousotitismedia (watery ear inflammation), efflux otitismedia, acute purulentitismedia and secretory otitismedia(. The treatment process is carried out with anti-secretory drops, antibiotic drugs. In case of excessive pressure on the eardrum, surgical operation (myringotomy) may be required. In the middle ear. Fluid Accumulation The part behind the eardrum is the middle ear.Clogging in the Eustachian tube causes negative pressure to build up in the middle ear, which causes fluid to accumulate in the middle ear.
The treatment process is carried out with antibiotic treatment, decongestant, steroid, antihistamine treatments. If these treatments are insufficient and unsuccessful, surgical operation is required. Fluid collection is prevented by a surgical operation performed by attaching a ventilation tube to the eardrum. Dizziness is defined as a feeling of faintness, lightheadedness, weakness, or unsteadiness. It is a symptom that is generally seen due to an underlying disease. Inflammation of the balance nerve, migraine, stress, iron deficiency, brain tumors, some diseases in the neck, some traumas cause dizziness. If dizziness is accompanied by symptoms such as vomiting, severe headache, nausea, and numbness, it is recommended that you consult a physician immediately. Dizziness can have many causes, including inner ear discomfort, motion sickness and side effects of certain medications, injury, infection, and poor circulation. The treatment process is planned by the ENT specialist after physical examination and examinations. Tumors in the Ear Region Although rare, tumors are seen in the ear region. Some are malignant tumors.
Malignant tumors typically arise from tissues whose cells divide and multiply rapidly. Tumors in the outer ear are mostly caused by skin cancers. However, benign tumors can also be seen. There are symptoms such as hearing loss, feeling of fullness, imbalance, dizziness, pain, bleeding, ear discharge, sounds in the ear, especially in parallel with the heartbeat, ringing. Surgery is required for the treatment of benign or malignant tumors. Radiotherapy may be required after surgical treatment of malignant tumors.