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A case of chronic epidural and epicranial pneumocephalus in a 31-year-old man with a history of head trauma and progressive development of a soft tissue mass in the occipital region is reported. Its hypothetical pathogenesis and pathophysiology are discussed.
The author exposes the results of his own operation technique on 723 operated otosclerosis among which 618 were computerized. He suggests a new method by moving a flap of promontorial mucosa secondary set on the hole drilled in the footplate. He emphasises the remarkable results on postoperative nauseas, dizziness and others postoperative disorders and… (More)
Sixty to 80% of orbital infections are secondary to sinusitis. That sinusitis can be everwhelming. Some symptoms must incite us to a quick response: the general state of the patient, his temperature, chemosis, cornean anaesthesia, mydriasis, ocular motor palsy, exophthalmia. We believe that ocular motor palsy and exophtalmia are imperative symptoms. In such… (More)