A 5-year-old boy with recurrent attacks of otitis media is suspected of developing otitis media with effusion (glue ear).
Which of the following findings is most consistent with unilateral middle ear effusion?
- A) Positive Rinne’s test on the ipsilateral side
- B) Negative Rinne’s test on the ipsilateral side
- C) No lateralization with Weber’s test
- D) Lateralization with Weber’s test to the unaffected ear
- E) Negative Weber’s test only on the contralateral side