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Complications of csom andha Kumar, 1. Subtitle Complications Of CSOM; 2. Define complication with reference to. Background: Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is a common public health problem in India. Though there is decline in the incidence of complications but. PDF | The purpose of this study was to review our patients with complications of chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) and compare with.
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Singh B, Maharaj TJ. Despite of an overall decline in the incidence of complications of otitis media, life threatening complications still exists.
The EC group includes subperiosteal abscess, labyrinthitis, mastoiditis and facial paralysis whereas the IC group included brain abscess, meningitis, lateral sinus thrombosis, extradural and subdural abscess.
The decline could be o in many ways such as increase in number of ENT surgeons, improvement in standard of living and quality of life of the people [ 1 ]. The most common age for complication was first three decade of life.
Complications of Suppurative Otiitis Media: The study was conducted at the tertiary referral centre and teaching hospital. Otolaryngol Clin North Am. Chronic suppurative otitis media-burden of illness and management options.
In Thailand, reports from some centres shows decline in prevalence of these complication. It is often associated with brain abscess in our series. The male to female ratio was found to be 3: Out of 13 cases of Brain abscess, in nine cases it was seen in temporal lobe while in four cases it occurred in cerebellum.
Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: a retrospective review – Semantic Scholar
Discussion on intracranial complications of otogenorigin. IC drainage should be done first and aural surgery should be scheduled at the earliest safe time during convalescence which is usually several days to weeks [ 11 ]. Computed tomography CT scan of Head, Axial view o a meningeal enhancement b hypodense area c hypodense area with cerebral oedema and d sigmoid sinus ccomplications.
The facial nerve palsy in CSOM is associated with dehiscence or destruction of the bony facial canal by cholesteatoma or granulation. The epidemiological presentation, clinical features and results of treatment are discussed.
Signs and symptoms IC group no. It is hoped that this study might give some options and complicatiosn to all otorhinolaryngologists that will result in early diagnosis, prompt treatment and further reduction of mortality. Self-medication was used in 23 In EC group patient with Facial nerve paresis, surgical intervention at the earliest possible was carried out.
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Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: a retrospective review
Report of cases. The lumbar puncture was done carefully.
Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media and their management. Treatment of chronic suppurative otitis media. Support Center Support Center. Soft infected thrombus found in the sinus lumen after opening it. Otogenic abscess- our experience.
The prevalence of each complication was 0.
These cases required premedicated incision and drainage of post aural abscess along with IV multiple dose antibiotics followed by Canal wall down mastoid surgery. Keywords Chronic suppurative otitis media, E.
Timely intervention along with support of neurosurgery department in our hospital and proper antibiotic support gave zero mortality as cspm to other series [ 369 ]. Management of lateral sinus thrombosis in our series depends on clinical feature of spiky temperature in preoperative period.
Elsevier publication New Delhi. The study includes 45 cases of CSOM with complications. Overall awareness was poor.