Cholesteatoma

What is Cholesteatoma?

Cholesteatoma is an obstructive growth of keratinised cells in the middle part of the ear.

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I had ear surgery last year for what the doctor says "cholesteatoma". The day after the surgery, I went to see my surgeon, I asked what was done. He...

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hello. it is likely that your infection is persistent and i would advice you to meet your ENT doctor again, also ask him if he thinks you need any...

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I had an MRI which showed fluid throughout the right mastoid air cells. My doctor wants to me to have a CT scan now to check for a cholesteatoma...

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hello,
MRI is an investigation which shows soft tissue problems such as fluid while CT is done to show bone abnormalities. This is putting in...

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please suggest diagnose

age: 31yr, height:5ft, weight: 58, There was a discharge from right ear;now doctor given antibiotics,discharge now stopped...

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I have had the three hearing bones removed because of a cholesteatoma but still have a perfectly functioning inner ear. I can hear but it is a...

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just got a tympanolsty occcuiplasty and mastoidectomy and removal of cholesteatoma done , i have a a yellow reddish discharge from my left ear , i...

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My son is 5, has cholesteatoma in the right ear, but has been having ruptures & drainage in the left ear lately as well. He s going in for surgery...

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How do I treat a smelly ear while treating a ear infection?

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I am a 64 year old female. 5'4" , 115 lbs. I have very loud tinnitus in both ears which has slowly led to moderate hearing loss. 3 years ago, I...

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I have been experiencing watery leakage from my ears for a few years now.It has mainly been a nuisance, awakening me during sleep and disrupting my...

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