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- Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media: Chronic suppurative otitis media is chronic infection in part or whole of the middle ear cleft.
- Ear Cholesteatoma: It is a cause of unsafe chronic suppurative otitis media.
- Ear Wax: One of the commonest ear problems that all of us have experienced at some point in our lives.
- Foreign Bodies in Ear: Foreign bodies in the ear are commonly seen in children below 10 years of age.
- Hearing Loss - Conductive : Hearing loss due to any condition which interferes with the conduction of sound reaching the inner ear.
- Hearing Loss - Otosclerosis: An ear condition marked by deafness, tinnitus and vertigo.
- Hearing Loss - Sensorineural: Hearing loss resulting from involvement of the Auditory nerve pathway.
- Acute Mastoiditis: Acute mastoiditis is a complication of acute suppurative otitis media, where the infection spreads to involve the bony walls of the mastoid air system.
- Acute Suppurative Otitis Media: Acute suppurative otitis media is an acute infection affecting the mucosal lining of the middle ear and the mastoid air system.
- Bell's Palsy: Bell's palsy is the most common type of peripheral, unilateral, infranuclear and idiopathic paralysis of the facial nerve.
- Bezold's Abscess: Bezold's abscess is one of the complications of acute mastoiditis.
- Causes of facial palsy: Facial palsy can be cause ddue to a number of reasons ranging from injury to infections to poisoning, etc.
- Complications of Chronic Suppuration Otitis Media : Complications are usually seen in chronic unsafe type of otitis media accompanied with cholesteatoma.
- Macewen's triangle: Macewen's triangle is the most important surgical landmark for the mastoid antrum or the largest mastoid air cell.
- Ototoxicity: The tendency of certain therapeutic agents to cause functional impairment and cellular degeneration of the end-organs and neurons of the cochlear and vestibular division of the VIIIth cranial nerve is called ototoxicity.
- Serous Otitis Media : Serous Otitis Media (Otitis media with effusion) is a condition characterized by the presence of non-purulent (without any pus) fluid in the middle ear cleft.
- Meniere's disease :In 1861 Prosper Meniere described a condition characterized by sudden recurring episodes of vertigo, nausea, vomiting and fluctuating hearing loss.This is called Meniere’s Disease.