Published in IJCP
American Family Physician
March 11, 2019 |
A 27-year-old man presented with constant right-sided neck, throat, and ear pain that began one day earlier after he completed an uneventful five-mile trail run. There were no alleviating or exacerbating factors for the pain. He did not have trauma or injury to the area. He reported a vague sensation of fluid moving around in his neck and a strange feeling in his throat with
swallowing. He did not have dysphagia, odynophagia, fever, chills, or respiratory symptoms. He did not use
drugs or alcohol.