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External Ear Infections - Pinna Infection

External Ear Infections - Pinna Infection: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and More | Singapore General Hospital

External Ear Infections - Pinna Infection - Treatments

You will be admitted to hospital for intravenous antibiotics to prevent the infection from progressing into an abscess. If an abscess has already formed, it will need to undergo incision and drainage as well as daily cleansing and dressing. The abscess destroys normal cartilage and as it heals, the disordered new cartilage growth may lead to a deformity called ‘cauliflower ear’.

External Ear Infections - Pinna Infection - Preparing for surgery

External Ear Infections - Pinna Infection - Post-surgery care

External Ear Infections - Pinna Infection - Other Information

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