Volume : VII, Issue : VII, July - 2017

A study of the clinical correlation of clinical features, radiological and operative findings in chronic suppurative otitis media with cholesteatoma

Dr C. P Das, Dr Manas Ranjan Rout, Dr G Shilpa Sri, Dr D Mohanty, Dr P. Vittal Prasad

Abstract :

 Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) with cholesteatoma is an unsafe type of disease, because cholesteatoma causes bone erosion causing various complications. Thirty patients having CSOM with cholesteatoma were taken for study. Institutional ethical committee clearance and consent from all the patients were taken for study on them.

     In this prospective study the clinical features, radiological findings and operative findings were analyzed.

     In the present study we found that –

  • Maximum numbers of the patients were in the age group of 16 – 30 years (73.3%) and minimum in the age group of 31 – 45 years (3.3%).
  • Otorrhea and the heå loss were two major symptoms.
  • Both cholesteatoma and granulation was found in maximum cases (36.6%), followed by cholesteatoma alone (23.3%) and polyp (23.3%).
  • It shows that HRCT scan is more sensitivity for identification of the cholesteatoma (true positive 90%).

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Dr C.P Das, Dr Manas Ranjan Rout, Dr G Shilpa Sri, Dr D Mohanty, Dr P. Vittal Prasad, A study of the clinical correlation of clinical features, radiological and operative findings in chronic suppurative otitis media with cholesteatoma, INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH : Volume‾7 | Issue‾7 | July‾2017


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