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(Otitis media chronic)
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  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Justiz Vaillant Angel A. AA Qurie Ahmad A Creighton University School of medicine
  • Immunodeficiency results from a failure or absence of elements of the immune system including lymphocytes, phagocytes and complement system. These immunodeficiencies can be either primary such as Bru...
  • Risk factors of tympanoplasties in long-term observation. [Journal Article]
  • OPOtolaryngol Pol 2018 Apr 30; 72(2):19-29
  • Janiak-Kiszka J, Kaźmierczak W, … Kluczyński Ł
  • The aim of the study was to evaluate risk factors influencing the results of tympanoplasties on the base of material taken from the Department of Otolaryngology and Laryngological Oncology Collegium ...
  • Stenting the Eustachian tube to treat chronic otitis media - a feasibility study in sheep. [Journal Article]
  • HFHead Face Med 2018 May 04; 14(1):8
  • Pohl F, Schuon RA, … Paasche G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Stenting of the Eustachian tube was successfully transferred from cadaver studies to an in-vivo application without complications. The stent was well tolerated, the middle ears were ventilated, and clearance of the auditory tube appeared possible. For fixation, it seems to be sufficient to place it only in the cartilaginous part of the Eustachian tube.
  • Aerobic bacteria associated with chronic suppurative otitis media in Angola. [Journal Article]
  • IDInfect Dis Poverty 2018 May 03; 7(1):42
  • Uddén F, Filipe M, … Riesbeck K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The infection of the middle ear in CSOM is highly polymicrobial, and isolates found in nasopharynx do not correspond well with those found in ear discharge. Pathogens associated with CSOM in Angola are dominated by gram-negatives including Enterobacteriaceae and P. aeruginosa, while gram-positive enterococci also are common. Based on the results of antimicrobial susceptibility testing topical quinolones would be the preferred antibiotic therapy of CSOM in Angola. Topical antiseptics such as aluminium acetate, acetic acid or boric acid, however, may be more feasible options due to a possibly emerging antimicrobial resistance.
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