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Otitis Media with Effusion

Otitis media with effusion or OME is a condition characterized by inflammation and fluid accumulation behind the eardrum in the middle ear. This fluid can be very thick and sticky, which is why otitis media with effusion is sometimes referred to as “glue ear”. OME occurs when mucus builds up in the middle ear due to a poorly functioning Eustachian tube.

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