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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The patients included students and housewives. The prevalence of each complication was 0. Topics Discussed in This Paper. How to cite item. The antibiotics which were compllcations on culture sensitivity report of aural swab and after consultation with our physician played a vital role in good outcome.
Lateral Sinus Thrombosis in Otology: Frequency of un-safe chronic suppurative Otitis in patients with discharging ear. Lateral sinus thrombosis in our series complidations zero mortality as compared to other series [ 36 — 8 ]. A clinical study on complications of chronic suppurative otitis media and level of awareness in patients admitted at tertiary care hospital in central India. Report of cases.
Among the EC complications, mastoid abscess followed by labyrinthitis and facial nerve palsy were encountered. The epidemiological presentation, clinical features and results of treatment are discussed. Proc R Soc Med.
The common complications in EC group were subperiosteal abscess, labyrinthitis and facial palsy. The prevalence of the EC group was 0. Simple mastoidectomy was performed in presence of reversible pathological changes such as mild to moderate middle ear mucosa swelling and good aditus drainage.
The subperiosteal abscess was the major co-disease. J KangsanarakSupranee FooanantK.
Intracranial group Extracranial group Organism isolated No. An unusual prevalence of complications of CSOM in young adults.
Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: a retrospective review
In EC group patient with Facial nerve paresis, surgical intervention at the earliest possible was carried out. The commonly encountered IC complications were brain abscess, meningitis and lateral sinus thrombophlebitis.
Soft infected thrombus found in the sinus lumen after opening it. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. Medical College Hospital Jabalpur M. Blood could not be aspirated. If there was no blood, the upper and lower parts of sigmoid sinus were packed tightly with a pack before the wall of the sinus was incised. Bacterial Organisms In the IC group only nine cases showed result, out of which six cases were sterile because patients already received IV antibiotics while rest three patients showed growth of Proteus mirabilis on culture.
Management of lateral sinus thrombosis. Nig Postgrad Med J. The development of subperiosteal abscess with or without fistula leads to reduction of pressure of pus within the middle ear cleft which in turn reduces the chances of infection spreading intracranially.
The advent of antibiotics has clearly changed the management of otitis media. Intracranial complications of suppurative otitis media: Skip to search form Skip to main content.
Complications off chronic suppurative otitis media and their management.
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The reliable warning signs and symptoms of IC complications were fever, headache, earache vestibular symptoms, meningeal signs and impairment of consciousness. In all cases a treatment protocol was followed in our study.
Ear Nose Throat J,85; See our FAQ for additional information. Abstract To determine the incidence of otogenic complications of Chronic suppurative otitis media CSOM and its management. Ashwin Ashok Jaiswal, Email: