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Perforated tympanic membrane

Perforated tympanic membrane

A perforated eardrum is a condition wherein a hole or a tear develops in the eardrum. This condition could affect hearing and could be very uncomfortable. However, it could resolve itself within about 2 months. Causes of a perforated eardrum include infection of the middle ear, sudden loud noises or direct trauma to the ear. Symptoms are earache, ringing in the ears and temporary hearing loss.

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