cholesteotoma

Pt complaint ear pain ,pus discharge and hearing loss Doctors pls suggest your opinion MRI report attached

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CSOM. Cholesteatoma. cholesteatoma is an abnormal, noncancerous skin growth that can develop in the middle section of your ear, behind the eardrum. It may be a birth defect, but it's most commonly caused by repeated middle ear infections. A cholesteatoma often develops as a cyst, or sac, that sheds layers of old skin. Broad spectrum Antibiotic drops.. Surgical intervention is advices for minor surgery.

Cholesteatoma - Surgery is the only option A mastoidectomy is indicated If there is TM perforation- tympanoplasty is also indicated

Thank you so much sir..Is Der any risk if surgery is not done .
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34 yr old patient with ear discharge, hard of hearing.. plz consult ENT specialist for otoscopic findings, need early intervention..

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