Q. WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF FOUL SMELLING EAR DISCHARGE?
Q. WHAT DOES SAGGING OF POSTERIOR BONY MEATAL WALL INIDCATE?
Q. WHAT ARE THE FEATURES OF RETRACTED TM?
STAGE I: Pars flaccida is dimpled and more retracted than the normal but not adhered to the malleus.
STAGE II: The retraction pocket is adherent to the handle of malleus and the full extension of the retraction pocket can be seen clearly.
STAGE III: The full extent of retraction pocket is not seen and there is an erosion of the outer attic wall (scutum)
STAGE IV: There is definite erosion of the outer attic wall and the extent of the retraction pocket cannot be seen clearly as most of it are hidden from the view.
STAGE V: Attic cholesteatoma (poulsen)
STAGE I: cholesteatoma limited to one quadrant
STAGE II: Involving multiple quadrant without ossicular involvement
STAGE III: Ossicular involvement without Mastoid extension
STAGE IV: Mastoid involvement ( It carries 67% risk of residual cholesteatoma)
TYPE I: Involvement of mesotympanum without involvement of Incus or stapes.
TYPE II: Involvement of mesotympanum, attic along with erosion of ossicles without extension into mastoid cavity.
TYPE III: Involvement of mesotympanum and mastoid extension.
CANAL WALL UP
CANAL WALL DOWN
Q. WHAT ARE THE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR COM WITH CHOLESTEATOMA?
Q. WHAT ARE THE PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN THE TEMPORAL BONES WITH COM?
Q. WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON SITES OF TYMPANOSCLEROSIS IN THE MIDDLE EAR?
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