fEar infections


This section expands upon the recommendations for treatment of ear infections in the PROTECT ME poster.

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Figure EA.1 otitis. (Courtesy of Charlie Hertel)
Figure EA.2 otitis with presence of neutrophils. (Courtesy of Lizzie Booth)
Figure EA.3 Bacterial otitis with cocci. (Courtesy of Peri Lau-Gillard)
Figure EA.4 Rod-shaped bacteria and neutrophils, intracellular bacteria. (Courtesy of Peri Lau-Gillard)
Figure EA.5 Rod-shaped bacteria. (Courtesy of Peri Lau-Gillard)
Figure EA.6 otitis following treatment. A few rods are still present. (Courtesy of Lizzie Booth)


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