inflammation which occurs at the opening or outer part of the ear (ear canal.) It can be caused by the growth of bacteria or fungi. Otitis externa is sometimes called swimmer's ear.
inflammation of the external auditory canal.
Inflammation of the external ear canal.
(Ear) Infection of the outer ear, including the ear canal. Most common in dogs with long, hanging ears receiving little ventilation.
a condition where the skin of the ear canal becomes inflamed, for example if you have scratched your ear or you have eczema. It may be painful and give you a watery discharge from your ears but it doesn't usually cause hearing loss. Ear drops from your doctor may help.
inflammation of the outer part of the ear extending to the auditory canal.
inflammation of the outer ear due to an infection; commonly called swimmer's ear
Also called Swimmer's Ear, this is an infection of the outer ear canal caused by either fungus or bacteria. Water that remains trapped in the ear canal (when swimming, for example) can provide a breeding ground for these bacteria and fungi. Symptoms include redness of the outer ear; itching in the ear; pain, especially when touching or wiggling the earlobe; drainage from the ear; swollen glands in the neck; a swollen ear canal; hearing loss.
Inflammation of the outer ear, mainly the ear canal.
Otitis externa ("swimmer's ear") is an inflammation of the outer ear and ear canal. Along with otitis media, external otitis is one of the two human conditions commonly called "earache". It also occurs in many other species.