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21. What are the signs of retraction of TM?

22. What are the types of perforations?

23. What is a central perforation?

24. What is a marginal perforation?

25. What criterion is used for grading central perforations?

26. While mentioning the grade of perforation, can you tell the size of perforation as well ?

27. What is tympanosclrosis?

28. How can you clinically assess the Eustachian tube function?

29. What is are the interpretations of Rinne’s test?

30. What is meant by pars flaccida?

31. Why is it called pars flaccida?

32. What is Valsalva Maneuver?

33. What are the interpretations of Valsalva maneuver?

34. What is Seigalisation? How is it useful?

35. What is Weber’s test?

36. What are the interpretations of Weber’s test?

37. What are the interpretations of ABC?

38. How sensitive is Rinne’s test?

39. How sensitive is Weber’s test?

40. Can you determine the degree of deafness by performing tuning fork tests?

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  1. Swelling from a cold, allergies, or a sinus infection can keep the eustachian tubes from opening. This leads to pressure changes. Fluid may collect in the middle ear. The pressure and fluid can cause pain. You also can have ear pain from changes in pressure while you are flying in an airplane, driving up or down mountains, or scuba diving. Fluid in the ear can lead to an infection (acute otitis media). Young children have a high risk of ear infections, because their eustachian tubes are shorter and more easily blocked than the tubes in older children and adults. -`’..

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