Video Otoscopy is a test that involves taking video and still pictures of the ear canal and the eardrum.
What video Otoscopy does is to enhance proper diagnosis of ear diseases. At the same time, it enables us to document the clinical condition of the ear and further enhances our explanations of the condition to the patient.
The video Otoscopy camera is inserted into the patient’s ear. Images of the ear canal and the eardrum are seen on a computer screen. The important images are recorded and stored.
A procedure is painless but requires the patient to be calm and allow the ears to be examined. The results are obtained within half an hour and are interpreted by the doctor.