Inner ear, Acute infection

Internal otitis
Inner ear, Acute infection
  The ear plays its role in the process of maintaining balance in man. The ear consists of three main parts: the outer ear, which collects sounds through the ear flank, the middle ear, which transfers the sounds from the external ear in the form of vibrations from the outside to the inside, and the inner ear, which connects the sound vibrations from the middle ear to reach the brain by Nerves The ear performs the task of hearing, assembling sounds and sending them to the brain to interpret these sounds.
When we talk about the complications of otitis media, the incidence of acute serous inflammation in the maze of the ear, is more prevalent than the infection of bacterial infection. The pathological symptoms of serous inflammation are usually less severe than those that appear as a result of bacterial contamination. In this case, many types of toxic substances and microbial metabolic wastes leak from the middle ear to the inner ear maze.

 Although these symptoms include hearing loss and dizziness in most cases, the auditory disorder is not complete, and improves over time, unlike bacterial contamination. When this infection occurs, the treatment is no more than a cure for inflammation.

What causes otitis in many cases is that microorganisms enter the inner ear maze and cause contamination of the auditory canal or vestibular maze.

The inner ear may be one of several members with a common infection in the body, or it may be the only "victim" of the infection that may affect it in kind.

Suppurative labyrinthitis is very rare and can occur as a complication of acute otitis media. This infection may be fatal, since it can spread to the brain membrane (meninges), requiring immediate medical intervention.

It can also be a complication of meningitis.

There is a possibility of bacterial contamination in the maze if there is a loss of hearing and a severe dizziness accompanied by high body temperature, vomiting, or systemic poisoning with acute or chronic inflammation of the middle ear, which has not been properly treated. In addition to long-term antibiotic treatment, there is also a need for an operation in the affected ear if there is a need for a surgical procedure.

Causes of otitis media
 Osteoarthritis is a multi-cause disease. These causes the closure of the Staciosus, leading to the accumulation of fluid in the middle ear. Inflammation occurs. Common causes include host-related causes, including immunosuppressive factors such as poor neonatal immunity, anatomical abnormalities in estacus or genetic causes, Or myosin protein imbalance.  Infection
   Bacterial infection causes most infections, the most common are Streptococcus pneumoniae and endemic haemorrhagic bacteria. These infections can also be caused by a viral infection, most notably respiratory respiratory infection. Allergy studies have shown a link between otitis media and respiratory allergies.

Symptoms of otitis media
 Multiple symptoms of otitis media, including the presence of sleep disorders. In infants, there is constant crying, inability to feed, some pus secretions, bad smells and severe headaches. Dizziness, dizziness, nausea, loss of balance, impaired hearing, loss of appetite, lack of desire to eat, and pain in the ear, especially lying on the back, fever and ear ache.