cholesteatoma


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cho·les·te·a·to·ma

n. colesteatoma, tumor que contiene colesterol, situado comúnmente en el oído medio.

cholesteatoma

n colesteatoma m
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Recently a nurse educator and colleague said that one of her students had told her how, following her lessons, one of them had been able to recognise and manage anaphylactic shock (allergic reaction) and the other had been able to recognise (but not pronounce) a cholesteatoma in a patient's ear.
Common pathologies that produce CHL include otitis, TM rupture, cholesteatoma and trauma.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first reported case of such a presentation without an associated cholesteatoma, and it illustrates the importance of an accurate clinical assessment in the management of middle ear pathology.
com)-- Written by the foremost leaders in the field, "Endoscopic Ear Surgery," recently published by Thieme, includes chapters on endoscopic and combined endoscopic-microscopic management of cholesteatoma, surgical restoration of middle ear ventilation, myringoplasty, Meniere disease, tympanoplasty and stapes surgery, and revision surgery.
She was suffering with a cholesteatoma - rare growth in her right ear - and was due to have an operation at Birmingham Children's Hospital in February 2007.
It contains normal temporal bone images of the infant and older child, with anatomic labels; images and description of postnatal growth of the temporal bone; and images (both before and after treatment) and case reports of typical pediatric ear diseases, including congenital anomalies in various organs, inflammatory diseases like otitis media and cholesteatoma, and other disorders, such as traumatic ossicular disruption, cochlear implantation issues, and meningitic labyrinthitis.
The former British and International Latin American dance champion, who lives in Surrey with husband Conrad and their son Callum, seven, revealed the problems her condition - mastoid cholesteatoma - had caused and how a new hearing device changed her life.
Congenital cholesteatoma (CC) can occur in any part of the temporal bone and the commonest site being in the middle ear, most probably due to its early presentation with conductive hearing loss [1, 2].
CSOM and cholesteatoma may also result in damage to the inner ear or central nervous system.
An urgent temporal bone computed tomography (CT) scan revealed opacifications in the middle ear and mastoid cavity with the ossicles and scutum still intact, making the diagnosis of cholesteatoma less likely.