* Dysfunctional ossicular chain and associated otogenic
In some patients, the bone defect of the middle or posterior cranial fossa was described and detected incidentally during the planned otosurgery in patients who had not been diagnosed with possible otogenic
intracranial complications (Figure 1).
skull base osteomyelitis caused by invasive fungal infection.
No features of middle-ear effusions or opacification of the mastoid air cell system that could be attributed to an otogenic
cause were detected in any of the scans.
Clinical signs, magnetic resonance imagen features and out come after surgical and medical treatment of otogenic
intracranial infection in 11 cats and 4 dogs.
Gurtler, "Paediatric otogenic
lateral sinus thrombosis: therapeutic management, outcome and thrombophilic evaluation," International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, vol.
In conclusion, in the rural areas of Turkey where the socioeconomic levels are highly low, the patients with COM are usually treated with radical surgeries since the patients often present with cholesteatomas that cannot be treated with simple surgeries and severe destructive otogenic
The patient, whose neurological findings got better and a normal level of consciousness was observed, was transferred to our clinics for tympanomastoidectomy because the patient had otogenic
pneumocephalus associated with a ventriculoperitoneal shunt.
To the Editor: Zygomatic root abscess is a rare extracranial otogenic
Stroke mimics were defined as conditions clinically imitating the symptoms of acute stroke (such as epileptic seizures with hemiparesis in the postictal period, otogenic
vertigo, decreased level of consciousness or transient focal neurological deficits secondary to infection, uremia, hypoglycemia, or dehydration).
Novotny, "Efficacy and tolerability of a fixed combination of cinnarizine and dimenhydrinate versus betahistine in the treatment of otogenic
vertigo: A double-blind, randomised clinical study," Clinical Drug Investigation, vol.
A Herbal Medicine, Gongjindan, in Subjects with Chronic Dizziness (GOODNESS Study): Study Protocol for a Prospective, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group, Clinical Trial for Effectiveness, Safety, and Cost-Effectiveness