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The picture on the left shows an anterior-inferior perforation of the
tympanic membrane (eardrum). The eardrum is mildly inflamed from a
infection (otitis media).
Ear infections involving eardrums with perforations are often caused by
a bacteria called pseudomonas. The patient should always be given
antibiotic eardrops which are sometimes combined with oral antibiotics.
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