Complications of csom andha Kumar, 1. Subtitle Complications Of CSOM; 2. Define complication with reference to. Background: Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is a common public health problem in India. Though there is decline in the incidence of complications but. PDF | The purpose of this study was to review our patients with complications of chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) and compare with.

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Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: a retrospective review

These patients required IV multiple dose antibiotics, labyrinthine complicationw, absolute bed rest with canal wall down tympanomastoidectomy with complete removal of the disease cholesteatoma, granulation from middle ear, attic aditus, antrum and mastoid air cell system.

Surgery was main modality of management of these conditions.

This paper has 57 citations. Complications of Suppurative Otiitis Media: The 2nd most common EC complication was labyrinthitis. Received Jan 7; Accepted Jan Report of cases. Lateral sinus thrombosis in our series had zero mortality as compared to other series [ 36 — 8 ]. Otitic meningitis is the most common IC complication [ 56 ].

Complications of chronic suppurative otitis media: a retrospective review – Semantic Scholar

Management of lateral sinus thrombosis in our series depends on clinical feature of spiky temperature in preoperative period. World Health Organization, Timely intervention along with support of neurosurgery department in our hospital and com antibiotic support gave zero mortality as compared to other series [ 369 ]. The study includes 45 cases of CSOM with complications.


Proteus mirabilisPseudomonas aerugenosa and Staphylococcus were the most common organisms in our series as in other reports [ 910 ]. Extracranial and intracranial complications of suppurative otitis media. Self-medication was used in 23 Otogenic abscess- our experience. csoom

Email this article Login required. The decline could be explained in many ways such as increase in number of ENT surgeons, improvement in standard of living and quality of life of the people [ 1 ].

The development of subperiosteal abscess comppications or without fistula leads to reduction of pressure of pus within the middle ear cleft which in turn reduces the chances of infection spreading intracranially. Citation Statistics 57 Citations 0 10 20 ’13 ’14 ’15 ’16 ’17 ‘ Proteus mirabilisPseudomonas aeruginosaStaphylococcus epidermidis were the common organism isolated. It is hoped that this study might give some options and awareness to all otorhinolaryngologists that cskm result in early diagnosis, prompt treatment and further reduction of mortality.


A study of surgical management of chronic suppurative otitis media with cholesteatoma and its outcome. Management of lateral sinus thrombosis.

The advent of antibiotics has clearly changed the management of otitis media. IC drainage should be done first and aural surgery should be scheduled at the earliest safe time during convalescence which is usually several days to weeks [ 11 ]. Prevalence of chronic suppurative otitis media among school children in a rural community in Nigeria. References Publications referenced by this paper. The complications of chronic otitis media: With antibiotic and new surgical techniques, the complication have been greatly reduced to 0.

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Lateral sinus thrombosis a review of 45 cases. The facial nerve palsy in CSOM is associated with dehiscence or destruction of the bony facial canal by cholesteatoma or granulation. Citations Publications citing this paper.

Screening audiometry in Nigerian school children. Overall awareness was poor. Most of the patients belong to rural area and lower socioeconomic status.