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Polyp of the middle ear. H-74.4

Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition:

1. Normalization of temperature.

2. Normalization of laboratory parameters.

3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (pain, hearing loss, ear discharge).
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Polyp of the middle ear. H-74.4

  1. MIDDLE EAR DISEASES
    Middle ear diseases represent the most clinically and socially important group. They often get sick adults and especially children. The result of these diseases is hearing loss, leading to a decrease in social activity, professional suitability and degree of fitness for military service. Finally, middle ear diseases can cause intracranial complications, which threaten fatal
  2. Middle ear tumors
    Benign tumors of the middle ear. Benign tumors include fibroma and angioma (with relatively slow growth, recurrent bleeding), endothelioma, osteoma (mastoid process), osteoblastoma of the mastoid process and pyramid. True cholesteatoma is rare in the area of ​​the temporal bone, in the mastoid process, sometimes with spread to the tympanic
  3. Middle ear chronic inflammation
    Causes Acute purulent otitis media of the middle ear, suffered from acute respiratory viral infections, scarlet fever, tonsillitis, measles, diseases of the upper respiratory tract, middle ear injury. Symptoms Frequent profuse suppuration from the ear with an unpleasant odor, hearing loss, periodic exacerbations of inflammation in the middle ear. Often, cholesteatom masses are released from the ear. Possible increase in temperature. First Aid Alcohol
  4. Middle ear disease
    Middle ear diseases are considered very common in all age groups, especially in childhood. With an unfavorable course, these diseases often lead to a persistent decrease in hearing, sometimes reaching a sharp degree. Due to the anatomical and physiological connection of the middle ear with the inner one and its topographic proximity to the meninges, inflammatory processes in the middle ear can cause severe
  5. Middle ear anatomy
    The middle ear (auris media) consists of several communicating airways: the tympanic cavity (cavum tympani), the auditory tube (tuba auditiva), the cave entrance (aditus ad antrum), the cave (antrum) and the associated mastoid airways (cellulae mastoidea). Through the auditory tube, the middle ear communicates with the nasopharynx; under normal conditions it
  6. Inflammatory diseases of the middle ear
    Pathological processes that occur in various parts of the middle ear are very diverse. The polymorphism of pathogenesis depends on the characteristics of the anatomy and physiology of this organ, pathological agent, immunological condition, etc. Depending on the duration of the disease, acute and chronic processes are distinguished, in relation to the stages of inflammation - catarrhal, serous and purulent forms
  7. Middle Ear Tuberculosis
    Tuberculosis of the middle ear is rare, occurs when the infection spreads through the hematogenous route from some distant primary focus, most often from the lungs. This position, in particular, is confirmed by the occurrence, most often in early childhood, of a lesion of the mastoid process without previous inflammation in the tympanic cavity. An important role in the emergence and development
  8. Middle ear inflammation acute
    Cause Penetration of various microorganisms into the middle ear: staphylococci, streptococci, viruses and fungi. Most often, microorganisms penetrate the middle ear through the auditory tube, which can be promoted by inflammatory processes in the nasal passage, paranasal sinuses, and nasopharynx. Infection in the middle ear can get through the external auditory canal when the tympanic membrane ruptures. At
  9. Acute inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media)
    The clinical picture Acute inflammation of the middle ear is more often observed in children (especially infants and young children). Pathogenic microorganisms enter the tympanum with acute rhinitis, adenoid growths, with influenza, measles, scarlet fever. Sharp or gradually increasing pain, congestion of the ear, noise in the ear, often turning into a sensation of pulsation, hearing loss, increase
  10. INFLAMMATION OF THE MIDDLE AND INNER EAR, Eustachitis
    Middle ear inflammation (otitis media) is rare in cats. Usually it develops as a complication of inflammation of the outer ear, as well as as a result of perforation of the eardrum, or traumatic damage to the temporal region. The cause of inflammation is most often an infection caused by hemolytic streptococci or staphylococci, usually penetrating the middle ear through the Eustachian
  11. COMPLICATIONS OF PURULENT DISEASES OF THE MIDDLE AND INNER EAR
    Nosological forms of purulent inflammation of the middle ear are acute purulent otitis media, mastoiditis, chronic purulent epithympanitis, mesotympanitis and purulent labyrinthitis. With their unfavorable course, limited purulent processes can develop in neighboring anatomical areas (abscesses), diffuse inflammation of the meninges (meningitis) and brain matter (encephalitis), as well as
  12. Clinical anatomy of the middle ear: tympanic wall
    The middle ear consists of a series of interconnected air cavities: the tympanic cavity (cavum tympani), the auditory tube (tuba auditiva), the entrance to the cave (aditus ad antram), the cave (antrum) and the associated mastoid cells (cellulae mastoidea) . Through the auditory tube, the middle ear communicates with the nasopharynx. Under normal conditions, this is the only message of all
  13. Middle ear cholesteatoma. H-71.
    {foto84} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (pain, hearing loss, discharge from
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