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  • bony
  • External auditory canal atresia (EACA) is characterised by complete or incomplete bony atresia of the external auditory canal (EAC) and, especially when seen in the setting of an associated syndrome, a dysplastic auricle and an abnormal middle ear cavity . (radiopaedia.org)
  • noncancerous
  • Acoustic neuroma, a noncancerous tumor of the nerve that carries signals betweeen the inner ear and brain, can cause facial numbness and weakness along with hearing loss, ringing in the affected ear and a spinning sensation. (livestrong.com)
  • sinus
  • Sigmoid sinus thrombosis and hydrocephalus, Those two are also intracranial complications of cholesteatoma. (medicaljoyworks.com)
  • External auditory canal stenosis was complicated by middle ear and external canal cholesteatoma, but branchial fistula, opening in the zygomatic root and a sinus in the helical root, may explain this feature. (ac.ir)
  • 10. Yalcin S, Karlidag T, Kaygusuz I, Demirbag E. First branchial cleft sinus presenting with cholesteatoma and external auditory canal atresia. (ac.ir)
  • 11. Lee S, Saleh HA, Abramovich S. First branchial cleft sinus presenting with cholesteatoma. (ac.ir)
  • Background: There is clinical evidence for formation of a retraction, but there is a lack of explanation for the transition from a retraction pocket to an active and expanding sinus cholesteatoma. (springer.com)
  • Epidemiological
  • Hippocrates the otolaryngologist: an epidemiological analysis of ear-throat-nose diseases in the Corpus Hippocraticum. (amedeo.com)
  • pediatric
  • Associate Physician Debbie Aizenberg is a general otolaryngologist with a special interest in the care of pediatric disorders of the ears, nose and throat. (ucdavis.edu)
  • Pediatric cholesteatoma is considered more aggressive than adult cholesteatoma, as it has a higher rate of growth, is more often infected and exhibits wider extension. (diva-portal.org)
  • No differences were found in outcomes between adult and pediatric cholesteatoma patients. (diva-portal.org)
  • postoperative
  • However, the relationship between postoperative middle ear aeration and hearing outcome with this procedure is unknown. (ovid.com)
  • We characterized this relationship and propose an ideal state of middle ear aeration to obtain satisfactory postoperative hearing after CWD tympanoplasty with SWR. (ovid.com)
  • Postoperative middle ear aeration was scored 1 year after second-stage surgery by computed tomography. (ovid.com)
  • Postoperative middle ear aeration was significantly greater in the smaller gap bins (0-10 and 11-20 dB) compared with the larger A-B gap bins (21-30 and >30 dB). (ovid.com)
  • No significant differences were observed in postoperative middle ear aeration or hearing outcome between the 2 cholesteatoma types. (ovid.com)
  • Promoting postoperative aeration of the entire middle ear is necessary to achieve better hearing outcome in patients undergoing CWD tympanoplasty and SWR for cholesteatoma. (ovid.com)
  • destruction
  • It can leads to gradual loss of hearing.The expanding sac may causes destruction of the ear drum and ossicles which may ultimately lead in to conductive type hearing loss. (medicaljoyworks.com)
  • throat
  • Associate Professor Robert Byrd is a pediatrician with a special interest in cleft and craniofacial conditions as well as disorders of the ear, nose and throat. (ucdavis.edu)
  • Dr Schmelzer has worked at the Centre for Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions (ORL Centre) of the Hirslanden Hospital in Aarau since January 2002. (leading-medicine-guide.com)
  • normal middle ear
  • In in vitro studies, oxygen inhalation through the normal middle ear mucosa, and gas exchange associated with changes in hemodynamics caused by drugs, particularly changes in partial pressure of oxygen and changes in total pressure in the middle ear are being examined in rabbits. (nii.ac.jp)
  • Treatment
  • Dr Schmelzer's core competencies include, in particular, the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory conditions of the ears and paranasal sinuses, as well as tumours in the head and neck area. (leading-medicine-guide.com)