tympanomastoid

tym·pa·no·mas·toid

(tim'pă-nō-mas'toyd),
Relating to the tympanic cavity and the mastoid process.
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Better developed mastoid cells, which indicate good Eustachian tube function, may contribute to aerated tympanomastoid cavities postoperatively.
Due to vascularity of the mucosa in the middle ear cavity and diffusion characteristics of the gas, MEP can be affected by the changes in the tympanomastoid cavity volume.
In 4 patients, imaging demonstrated the presence of a Fisch type A tumor that was limited to the middle ear cleft; the remaining patient had a Fisch type B tumor that diffusely involved the tympanomastoid complex.
A tympanomastoid surgery was performed for each patient and the cavity was cleared of any disease.
Tympanomastoid cholesterol granuloma: Radiological and intraoperative findings of blood source connection.
opined that pus building up under tension in a tympanomastoid sealed with an intact eardrum is a prerequisite for the development of SBO [4].
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.
Introduction of GANB is quite new in mandibular third molar surgery and there is only one such study in literature in which intraoral infiltration was used in mandibular third molar surgery.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.
Then, spread of infection into the temporal bone occurs through the fissures of Santorini and the tympanomastoid suture, leading to involvement of the stylomastoid and jugular foramina and eventually affecting cranial nerve function.
These potentially preclude the major drawbacks of the CWD procedure, such as discharging tympanomastoid cavity, regular follow-up visits for cleaning debris, poorer hearing outcome with reconstruction (a debated proposition!), ill-fitting hearing aid requiring customized mold, and of course, the need for a wide conchomeatoplasty.