Friday, June 23, 2017


36 year old male patient with blunt head trauma following car accident which required ICU management with mechanical ventilation. Otorraghia remnants were noticed by ICU personnel, and ENT specialist were called to evaluate the patient. An otoscopy was performed with a 3.8mm 0 degree endoscope which revealed purple discoloration of the tympanic membrane, blood remnants and teared skin in the external auditory conduct´s floor.

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