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Otite: sources and notes

- Recommendations of good practices. General antibiotic therapy in routine practice in upper respiratory infections in adults and children, HAS, November 2011.

- ENT of the child: pathology of the ear. Garabedian EN, Bobin S, JP Monteil, Triglia JM. Edition Flammarion (Paris), 1996, 3-77.

- Definition and epidemiology of acute otitis media. Roman S, Nicollas R, Triglia JM. Rev Off Soc EN ENT 1997, 41: 73-77.

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