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A small boy named Oliver attends hospital and you are on your FY1 paediatric rotataion. The consultant asks you to examine him. He seems fit and well generally, but has poor speech development, mumbling words and clipping them at the ends instead of fully pronouncing them. His mother informs you that Oliver has experienced some pain in his ears recently and his nursery have reported that he often 'switches off' during story time and stares into space. You examine his ear drum and it has increased opacity and appears dull. What is the most likely diagnosis in this situation?

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