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OTOSCOPY by Professor Dr Hassan Wahba Ear, Nose & Throat Department Faculty of Medicine Ain Shams University. Anatomy. Accessory auricle . Aural atresia. Tags. Preauricular sinus. Absent external auditory canal. Aural atresia.

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OTOSCOPY

by

Professor Dr Hassan Wahba

Ear, Nose & Throat Department

Faculty of Medicine

Ain Shams University

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Accessory auricle

Aural atresia

Tags

Preauricular sinus

Absent external auditory canal

Aural atresia

Congenital aural anomalies due to defects of the 1st pharyngeal arch

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Herpes Zoster Oticus (Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome)

Pain + Facial paralysis + vesicles

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X

Never examine patient while standing

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R

L

Tympanic membrane

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Hairs

Wax

Hump

Otoscopy (normal findings)

Keratin

Blood vessels

Collapsed external canal in old age

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Bead

Bee

Foreign Bodies

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Acute External Otitis (hyperemia & edema)

Chronic

External

Otitis

(skin maceration & keratosis)

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TRAUMA

Perforation

External canal clot

Hemotympanum

Self-inflicted perforation

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Cancer

Exostosis Osteoma

Neoplasms of the external auditory canal & auricle

Rodent ulcer

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Acute Otitis Media

(hyperemia, bulging, perforation & finally drainage)

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OME

Otitis media with effusion (OME) retracted tympanic membrane, fluid level, some air bubbles, no perforation)

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Tubes

Grommet

Grommet

T-tube

Grommet

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Sequelae of non-resolvedotitis media

Tympanosclerosis

Retraction pocket

Attic erosion

Atelectasis

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Tubotympanic otitis media

(central perforation)

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Cholesteatoma

scanty offensive purulent aural discharge from an attic or posterosuperior marginal perforation with possible cranial or intracranial complications

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Aural polyp

pedunculated middle ear mucosa or granulation tissue

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Glomus

Pulsating tinnitus & a red mass behind an intact tympanic membrane

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Otoscopic examination in Otosclerosis:

Schwartze’s sign

(flamingo red)

Usual finding is a normal tympanic membrane

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EAR NOSE & THROAT by

Professor Dr Hassan Wahba

Professor of Ear, Nose and Throat

Faculty of Medicine Ain Shams University

Text and references to help the fourth year undergraduate student

1000 MCQs

in ENT

by

Professor Dr Hassan Wahba

Professor of Ear, Nose and Throat

Faculty of Medicine

Ain Shams University