tympanomastoid

tym·pa·no·mas·toid

(tim'pă-nō-mas'toyd),
Relating to the tympanic cavity and the mastoid process.
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Tympanomastoid cholesterol granuloma: Radiological and intraoperative findings of blood source connection.
28] in their new staging of tympanomastoid cholesteatoma used the term precholesteatoma as a synonym for retraction pocket.
Efficacy of tympanomastoid surgery for control of infection in active chronic otitis media.
Later sections cover tympanic membrane reconstruction, ossiculoplasty, tympanomastoidectomy, hybrid tympanomastoid, and other surgical techniques.
Second is Atticoantral or Tympanomastoid type, involving pre-dominantly the attic and antral region of the middle ear cleft.
4 However, it has routinely been used as preemptive analgesia in patient undergoing parotidectomy, tympanomastoid surgery, craniotomy and otoplasty.
Postoperative pain relief in children undergoing tympanomastoid surgery: Is a regional block better than opioids Anesth Analg.
1-5) In our case, we removed the ear mold impression material from a known tympanomastoid defect utilizing an endoscopic system for better visualization in conjunction with synchronous monitoring of the patient's sensorimotor function to ensure a safe surgical removal.
Chronic suppurative otitis media has been traditionally described as a chronic inflammation of part or the entire tympanomastoid compartment comprising of Eustachian tube, the tympanic cavity, the mastoid antrum and all the pneumatized spaces of temporal bone associated with perforation of the tympanic membrane and otorrhoea.
As a marker of the short crus tip of incus, the beginning of the chorda tympani was identified 1 mm behind the tympanomastoid fissure, which was 8 mm away from the short crus sharp of incus.
11) reported wound infection occurred in six per cent of cases, Twenty-six per cent of patients reported symptoms consistent with chorda tympani trauma, vertigo in 10 per cent of patients in a study of 145 cases of tympanomastoid surgery.
They usually present as a solitary lesion arising from the tympanomastoid or tympanosquamous suture lines adjacent to the bone-cartilage junction.