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Akute Mittelohrentzündung

Otitis media — häufig, aber nicht trivial

Die akute Mittelohrentzündung ist eine der häufigsten Erkrankungen. Doch auch wenn sie für den HNO-Arzt gewissermaßen alltäglich ist, kann sie zur Herausforderung werden. Denn Komplikationen und schwierige Verläufe sind nicht auszuschließen und der Einsatz von Antibiotika muss stets individuell sorgfältig abgewogen werden.

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Weber, B.P. Otitis media — häufig, aber nicht trivial. HNO Nachrichten 49, 18–23 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00060-019-5955-2

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