ALLMedicine™ Cholesteatoma Center
Research & Reviews 873 results
The Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology; Gutierrez JA, Cabrera CI et. al.
Mar 24th, 2023 - To assess the prognostic factors for anatomic and hearing success after tympanoplasty in the setting of complex middle ear pathology. A systematic review was performed in January 2022. English-language articles describing outcome data for tympanop...
Otolaryngology--head and Neck Surgery : Official Journal ... Nicholas Jungbauer W, Jeong S et. al.
Mar 21st, 2023 - To compare the anatomic success rates of type I tympanoplasty (tympanoplasty) versus myringoplasty. By our definition, tympanoplasty involves entering the middle ear via elevation of a tympanomeatal flap, while myringoplasty involves surgery to th...
Clinical Otolaryngology : Official Journal of ENT-UK ; Of... Ragonesi T, Niederhauser L et. al.
Mar 21st, 2023 - This study investigates the possible benefits and limitations of the digital image enhancement systems provided by Storz Professional Image Enhancement System (SPIES) during endoscopic ear surgery (EES) for cholesteatoma. An increased detection of...
Otolaryngology--head and Neck Surgery : Official Journal ... Fermi M, Bassano E et. al.
Mar 21st, 2023 - The aim of the study is to evaluate cholesteatoma's surgical outcomes in patients treated with endoscopic ear surgery (EES) or a combined endoscopic-microscopic approach (cEMA) according to STAM, STAMCO, ChOLE, and EAONO/JOS system (EJS) classific...
JAMA Otolaryngology-- Head & Neck Surgery; Bonnard Å, Engmér Berglin C et. al.
Mar 18th, 2023 - Cholesteatoma in the middle ear is not regarded as a hereditary disease, but case reports of familial clustering exist in the literature, as well as observed familial cases in the clinical work. However, the knowledge regarding cholesteatoma as a ...
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Clinicaltrials.gov 26 results
Feb 14th, 2023 - The patients included in the study will all have a cerebral MRI as part of the cholesteatoma follow-up or for the assessment of cerebral or inner ear pathology. ENT evaluation: The position of the implant will be evaluated. The distance from the e...
Feb 8th, 2023 - Adult eustachian tube dilatory dysfunction (ETDD) accounts for over 2 million healthcare visits annually. It can cause longstanding negative middle ear pressure which may lead to otitis media with effusion, tympanic membrane retraction, perforatio...
Dec 7th, 2022 - The prevalence of Eustachian tube (ET) dysfunction in adults reaches 1%. It causes a feeling of fullness in the ear, otalgia and hearing loss and can lead to recurrent acute otitis media, development of chronic otitis media with effusion and chole...
Oct 18th, 2022 - Paediatric cholesteatoma spread more extensively through the temporal bone than in adult as the temporal bone in children is well pneumatized. The disease in children is frequently more extensive and expanding, with more involvement of the peri-la...
Aug 12th, 2022 - Patients 18 or older will undergo primary canal wall down mastoidectomy. Patients with known biologic sensitivity or cultural objection to use of porcine materials will be excluded. Data will be derived from the medical record and surgeon reports ...
News 7 results
Sep 1st, 2015 - 1. A 30-year-old woman complained of drainage from her ear for the past three months.
Nancy Byatt, DO, MBA, Ramanpreet Toor, MD
Dec 23rd, 2014 - CASE Difficulty walking Ms. M, age 15, is a pregnant, Spanish-speaking Guatemalan woman who is brought to obstetrics triage in a large academic medical center at 35 weeks gestational age.
The Journal of Family Practice;
Oct 11th, 2013 - The patient had chronic suppurative otitis media with purulent discharge. The FP started the patient on amoxicillin/clavulanate 875 mg/125 mg bid for 10 days and referred him to an ear nose and throat (ENT) specialist.
The Journal of Family Practice;
Sep 20th, 2013 - The patient had a cholesteatoma. A cholesteatoma is similar to an epidermal inclusion cyst in the skin and causes the production of keratinaceous material that fills the middle ear, causing hearing loss and otorrhea.
Jul 20th, 2011 - Action Points Explain that cutting a strip of platysma muscle from the neck can relieve chronic rigidity and involuntary movement in patients with facial paralysis. Point out that no intraoperative or early postoperative complications occurred, al...