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See full article here: Otitis media: a common childhood illness
The type “B” trace lacks a sharp peak or is completely flat, suggesting decreased mobility of the tympanic membrane, which may be due to the presence of fluid within the middle ear. This trace often indicates OME but can also suggest perforation or obstruction of the canal.
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