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OBJECTIVE For the effective treatment of pediatric otitis media with effusion (OME) with a ventilation tube, routine evaluation of the condition of the middle ear mucosa after tube placement is… Continue Reading
Conclusion. Artificial middle ear mucosa (AMEM), a sheet of mucosal cells grown on collagen gel populated with fibroblasts, is useful as graft material that is able to promote mucosal regeneration… Continue Reading
We report a patient in whom a twig entered the vestibule via the external auditory meatus and was removed surgically. The patient was an 11-year-old boy who sustained a penetrating injury to his ear… Continue Reading
Postoperative regeneration of the middle ear mucosa and pneumatization of the middle ear cavity are of great importance after middle ear surgery. This study developed a new method to transplant… Continue Reading
BACKGROUND Eosinophilic otitis media (EOM) is an intractable disease characterized by a remarkably viscous effusion and accumulation of numerous eosinophils in both the middle ear effusion and the… Continue Reading
Conclusions. Inflammation of the middle ear mucosa leads to inhibition of transmucosal carbon dioxide (CO2) diffusion. Furthermore, CO2 diffusion is inhibited more severely in ears with a… Continue Reading