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(Otitis media chronic)
8,050 results
  • IgG4 disease of the ear: Report and review. [Journal Article]
  • SOSAGE Open Med Case Rep 2018; 6:2050313X18791428
  • Wuesthoff C, Allende A, Patel N
  • In recent years, an immune-mediated disorder involving IgG4 has been described, which targets multiple organs and explains a number of disorders previously regarded as "idiopathic" or of unknown orig...
  • Complications in Endoscopic Ear Surgery. [Journal Article]
  • ONOtol Neurotol 2018; 39(8):1012-1017
  • Marchioni D, Rubini A, … Presutti L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Data from this study confirm the safety of the endoscopic technique, with very low complication rates, indicating that EES is a reliable therapeutic option, in particular, for tympanoplasties, myringoplasties, and stapedoplasties, as well as second look procedures. We have reported our experience with EES morbidity so that it can be compared with data from other centers using the same surgical technique.
  • Osteoradionecrosis of the Temporal Bone: An Evidence-Based Approach. [Journal Article]
  • ONOtol Neurotol 2018 Aug 13
  • Yuhan BT, Nguyen BK, … Hong RS
  • CONCLUSIONS: ORNTB is a rare complication of radiotherapy that may present years after initial radiation exposure. Management should be aimed at relief of presenting symptoms and treatment of ORNTB associated complications. Both conservative and surgical measures may adequately control the disease process and symptomatology; however, randomized controlled studies comparing treatments would serve to further corroborate these findings.
  • Neurologic Complications of Radiation Therapy. [Review]
  • NCNeurol Clin 2018; 36(3):599-625
  • Tanguturi SK, Alexander BM
  • Cranial radiation therapy (CRT) is used to treat a wide range of malignant and benign conditions and is associated with a unique set of risks and complications. Early complications from CRT include f...
  • Otogenic brain abscesses: A systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • LILaryngoscope Investig Otolaryngol 2018; 3(3):198-208
  • Duarte MJ, Kozin ED, … Jung DH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although rare, otogenic brain abscesses may occur as a complication of suppurative otitis media and require a high index of suspicion. Appropriate imaging studies and multidisciplinary expertise are crucial in the diagnosis and management.
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