May 02, 2017 · Ear infections are less common in adults than in children, but they may be more serious or more difficult to treat in adulthood. Learn about the different types of ear infections and their symptoms.Author: James Roland.
Apr 23, 2018 · The human ear has three sections, the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear, out of which the middle and the outer sections are more prone to infections and various other ear problems. Ear infections in adults can be divided into three categories - outer, middle, and inner ear problems.
Jan 18, 2019 · Symptoms of an outer ear (swimmer's ear) and middle ear infection include mild to severe ear pain, pus draining from the ear, swelling and redness in the ear, and hearing problems. Middle and inner ear infections may cause fever, and balance problems.
The most common ear problems that affect both children and adults are ear infections. They are seen in children more often than in adults, but that does not mean adults are immune to them. Ear infections occur due to bacterial or viral presence in the ear or as a secondary infection following a common cold.Author: Amanda Kerry.
Jan 25, 2018 · It is separated from the middle ear by an eardrum. The middle ear is an air-filled space present behind the eardrum. The inner ear consists of a system of canals and fluid-filled tube-like structures called labyrinth. There may be various problems associated with the inner ear, which can lead to problems in hearing and balance.Author: Reshma Jirage.