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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Contributor Information Neeta Sharma, Email: We prefer to expose lateral sinus plate in anticipation of an infected thrombus in it. The epidemiological presentation, clinical features and results of treatment are discussed. Result Prevalence The prevalence of the EC group was 0. Complications of otitis media: The 2nd most common EC complication was labyrinthitis.

Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: a retrospective review

The advent of antibiotics has clearly changed the management of otitis media. To determine the incidence of otogenic complicztions of Chronic suppurative otitis media CSOM and its management. The facial nerve palsy in CSOM is associated with dehiscence or destruction of the bony facial canal by cholesteatoma or granulation.

It is often associated with brain abscess in our series. Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: Received Jan 7; Accepted Jan Citation Statistics 57 Citations 0 10 20 ’13 ’14 ’15 ’16 ’17 ‘ The probable reason why these complication are still encountered may be related to ignorance about the seriousness of persistent and sometimes offensive ear discharge [ 3 ].


National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Lateral sinus thrombosis a review of 45 cases.

Surgery was main modality of management of these conditions. Treatment In all cases a treatment protocol was followed in our study. IC drainage should be done first and aural surgery should be scheduled ocmplications the earliest safe time during convalescence which is usually several days to weeks [ 11 ].

Extracranial and intracranial com;lications of suppurative otitis media. Prevention of hearing impairment from chronic otitis media. The male to female ratio was found to be 3: An analysis was made regarding the demographic profile, clinical features, complications, awareness and the outcome of the study. See our FAQ for additional information.

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Otitic meningitis is the most common IC complication compllcations 56 ]. Involvement of transverse sinus proximally and internal jugular vein distally creates difficulty in establishing proximal blood flow Nil. Otolaryngol Clin North America. Citations Publications citing this paper.

Meningitis is the second most common complication in our series. Out of 13 cases of Brain abscess, in nine cases it was seen in temporal lobe while in dsom cases it cojplications in cerebellum. The commonly encountered IC complications were brain abscess, meningitis and lateral sinus thrombophlebitis. J Pak Med Assoc. During this period 4, patients with CSOM were admitted to the department and patients underwent a surgery. Ear Nose Throat J,85; Lateral sinus thrombosis complicatiohs with mastoiditis and otitis media in children: Involvement of transverse sinus proximally and internal jugular vein distally creates difficulty in establishing proximal blood flow.


In this study we emphasize the importance of the accurate and early diagnosis followed by adequate surgical therapy with multidisciplinary approach.

In Thailand, reports from some centres shows decline in prevalence of these complication.

Still a problem in 21st century. Praveer Kumar Banerjee, Email: Out of seven cases, two had intact fallopian canal and recovered House brackmann grade 1 postoperatively, while two cases had erosion of horizontal segment of facial nerve compliications granulation and failed to recover post operatively whereas three patients intraoperatively showed exposed vertical segment of fallopian canal but recovered fully. Support Center Support Center.

Topics Discussed in This Paper. Osteitic bone all around the sinus. Intracranial complications of suppurative otitis media: Amrish Kumar Garg, Email: Lateral Sinus Thrombosis in Otology: A problem still with us. Most of the cases were children with extensive cholesteatoma, prolonged ear discharge while three cases were with post aural fistula.

The prevalence of each complication was 0. Self-medication was used in 23 From the records of the 4, patients, patients 2. Surgical management of intracranial complications of otogenic infection.

We observed that two patients fail to regain full facial nerve function despite of surgery. By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License. Blood could not be aspirated.