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I put a + at the end of each one as I found them on quizlet ENT Sensory-neuro hearing loss + Otitis externa black and sticky can be fungal infection + It is possible if someone symptoms of strep or mono- they can have a concurrent infection + Perforated ear drum should not be irrigated but floxin otic drops are safe to use. + Drug called Auralgan- might be an option to numb the ear before the exam + Necrotizing otitis can extend from the auditory canal to the skull + Voice trouble- cardinal sign for laryngeal cancer + If they have a virus or lost a little bit of voice- adequate PO intake is good education point + Temporomandibular disorder- left sided pain and headache + TMJ- mandible deviated to left or right + Nobody should take Flexeril while they are driving + If you apply firm and continuous pressure on the nasal cartilage for 10-15 minutes this is an initial treatment + Avoid hot liquids after nosebleed + Look up acoustic neuroma + Complimentary therapy for ringing in ears- quit smoking + Culture confirms negative result on strep test + Understand 2ndary syphilis and what the lesions look like- non-vesicular, scattered in mouth + Symptoms of mononucleosis- look up + Know what is infectious and what is not. Allergic pharyngitis vs tonsillitis + Rheumatic fever can occur after strep + Understand what Koplik’s spots are. Erythematous spots white with blue centers + Hairy leukoplakia with no other symptoms of immune suppression – HIV + Nicotinic stomatitis can be caused by chewing tobacco + Vincent’s stomatitis- look up + Chronic sinusitis- surgery to correct blockages +
Chronic sinusitis- probably already had augmentin. Might want to try Levaquin. + If sinusitis is lasting greater than 12 weeks it is chronic + Vasomotor rhinitis may be hormonal fluctuations + Understand IGE and its hypersensitivity reaction involving allergic rhinitis + Acute otitis media with allergy to penicillin- z-pack + Otitis media with effusion- CT scan may be necessary + Understand chronic otitis media- longer than 3 months + Otitis externa- pull on pinna and push on tragus + Understand the difference between Rhinne and Webber + Musculoskeletal: Synovium- articular structure +

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