Quiz: Earache
Question 1 of 3  

A patient comes to the office because of unilateral conductive hearing loss, popping, or gurgling noises. The ear is inspected; the tympanic membrane has decreased mobility, but it is not red. The patient has minimal discomfort. This clinical picture is most suggestive of

  • A.


  • B.

    Eustachian tube obstruction

  • C.

    Local trauma

  • D.

    Impacted cerumen

Am I correct?