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Acute suppurative otitis media caused by pasteurella multocida:a case report

The pasteurella multocida(PM)is widely gastrointestinal parasitic on dogs,cats and other animals.The PM human infections is caused by animal bites orits close contact.Clinically foundin focal wound infection after bite,and acute suppurative otitis media reportshave not been caused by PM.A 45years-old nasopharyngeal cancer who sudden stabbing painof the left ear for 5h.Physical examination found that the left earexisted a lot of yellowish-white purulent secretion.Distribution and drug sensitivity test of bacteria showed PM and it was sensitive to many antibiotics.nasopharygo-fiberscope revealed that eustachian tube and theleft ear had a large number of purulentsecretion.The main diagnosis was:1Recurrent nasopharyngealcarcinoma;2 Acute suppurative otitis media.Treatment:according to the results of drug sensitive test and skin test inpatients with selection of levofloxacin(0.2g/12h),clindamycin(0.6g/12h)anti-infection treatment,the patient get better in the end.
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