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Tympanostomy or Pressure Equalization Tubes (PET) are tubes that are placed into the eardrum to allow fluid and pressure to escape into the ear canal.
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External Otitis (Swimmer’s Ear) means any type of infection of the outer ear canal. External otitis is different than the infection caused by fluid behind the eardrum (otitis media).
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Otitis media is the inflammation of the space behind the eardrum called the middle ear.
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Balloon Eustachian Tube Dilation is treatment for Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD), which is when the Eustachian tube stops draining the ear to relieve ear pressure build up.
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