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Cholesteatoma University of Texas Medical Branch Department of Otolaryngology Garrett Hauptman MD Tomoko Makishima MD January 25, 2006 Overview Definition ...
Cholesteatoma Kenneth C. Iverson University of South Carolina School of Medicine Class of 2007 Case Study 8 year old female History of chronic Eustachian tube ...
cholesteatoma cannot be seen otoscopically but will be discovered during tympanomastoid surgery. secondary acquired cholesteatoma Cholesteatomas are prone to recurrent ...

Chronic Otitis Media (COM) with and without Cholesteatoma Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management. Abraham Jacob, MD Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
... drops Surgical – cortical mastoidectomy CSOM Perforation of TM Follows a slow to heal ASOM May be active or inactive Safe / Unsafe perforation Mucosal or cholesteatoma ...
Cholesteatoma Named by Johannes Mueller in 1838 Erroneous belief that one of the primary components of the tumor was fat “a pearly tumor of fat…among sheets of ...
Acquired due to tear in ear drum, infection Cholesteatoma Perforation of TM filled with cheesy white squamous debris Possible conductive hearing loss Drainage ...
... unless evaluating tumor (c and s) CT Sinus – without CT Maxillofacial – without CT Orbits/Sella/Ear – without except for cellulitis, tumor, neuroma, cholesteatoma ...
... on head movements Vague descriptions: rarely true vertigo Vertigo - causes Vestibular Viral labyrinthitis BPPV Meniere’s disease Acute Otitis Media Trauma Cholesteatoma ...
... Average age:40 years(12-67) Average follow-up:19 months(1-77) Wehr’s 2.7mm Incus Replacement Prosthesis-Pre-op Diagnosis Chronic Otitis Media: 15 (52%) Cholesteatoma ...
... Surgical removal http://www.ent-usa.com/eardrum_and_middle_ear.htm Cholesteatoma http://chicagoear.com/med_info/images_med_info/cholesteatoma.jpg Cholesteatoma http ...
... Audiometry (6mos-3yrs) Conventional play audiometry (3-6 yrs) Standard Audiometry (6 yrs+) Ancillary Tests Imaging: CT temporal bone: inner ear disorders, cholesteatoma ...
PICTURE OF ANATOMY TO EXPLAIN THIS Types of hearing loss Conductive Sensorineural Mixed Independent causes Same or related cause (e.g. otosclerosis, SSCD, cholesteatoma?)
... Headache Acoustic neuroma; migraine Hearing loss Ménière's disease; perilymphatic fistula; acoustic neuroma; cholesteatoma ...
... Middle Ear Surgical Procedures (cont.) Mastoidectomy Removal of diseased bone, mastoid air cells, and cholesteotoma to create a non-infected, healthy ear Cholesteatoma ...
... Suppurative Otitis Media Description Treatment Audiometric findings Disorders Ossicular Discontinuity Description Treatment Audiometric findings Disorders Cholesteatoma ...
... tympanic membrane (picture on the right) Tubotympanic otitis media (central perforation) Atticoantral otitis media (cholesteatoma)(marginal perforation) Cholesteatoma ...
... FINDINGS: TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TM Perforations: Perforation’s (cont.) Perforations #3 Retracted Eardrum Bulging Eardrum Otitis Media Ventilation Tubes Cholesteatoma ...
... children & meningitis Classified: intratepm. & intracranial , both in 50% Complications Intratemporal hearing loss TM perforation CSOM retraction pockets cholesteatoma ...
... alone is uncomon Acoustic neuroma Treatment Conservative – watch & wait Medical – Radio Rx Surgical - excision Other ear causes Infective - AOM - Cholesteatoma ...
Marginal perforation plus cholesteatoma formation Unsafe because it is a perforation involving the drum margin (the yellowy white flakes indicating a cholesteatoma also ...
OME: Complications Cholesteatoma - accumulation of squamous debris within a retraction pocket can extend into middle ear space result in conductive hearing loss and ...
... External auditory canal atresia EAC atresia EAC pathology Goldenhar syndrome Canal cholesteatoma Rehabilitation BAHA Middle ear pathology Otosclerosis Cholesteatoma ...
refer to an otolaryngologist for microscopic examination to rule out cholesteatoma. c. refer for nasolaryngoscopy to rule out head and neck tumor.
... is one of its complications which arises from the middle ear and spreads to the lateral skull base Tumors of the Temporal Bone Paraganglioma Primary Cholesteatoma or ...

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