Vesicle/bleb arising from the eardrum surface with surrounding inflammations.
Severely inflamed osseous ear canal and eardrum with glistening bulla seen.
Bulla (+) occuring over cone of light area surrounded by an inflamed eardrum.
Haemorrhaghic bullous myringitis Large haemorrhagic bulla (+) which was
(bullae - arrows). initially thought due to tick by the
Mixed non-haemorrhagic (1) and haemorrhagic (arrow) bullae of an infected eardrum. Top left figure is the endoscopic view before treatment and top right 1 week later. Complete recovery is to be expected. [1,2,3,4 - bullous lesion]
Another image showing bleb of myringitis (+) affecting right eardrum.
Multiple blebs of left eardrum.
Fresh blood from a recently burst haemorrhagic bleb in the left ear canal.
[TM - tympanic membrane, Star - blood within unruptured blister]
Another example of bullae with recent bleeds.
Bluish blister arising from the osseous meatus skin lining which had caused blocked ear sensation and reduced hearing.
Shrinking haemorrhagic bullous (x). Arrow - lateral process of mallelus.
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