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Tuberculosis of the pharynx is less common than tuberculosis of the larynx. We present a rare case of tuberculosis of the pyriform fossa which clinically masqueraded as a malignancy. Our patient showed a prompt improvement in symptoms after commencing antitubercular treatment.
Fifty cases of dry, central, tympanic membrane perforation were studied for closure by application of saturated solution of trichloracetic acid. Aetiologically 17 cases belonged to traumatic and 33 to the inflammatory group. Eustachian tube patency and good air-bone gap on audiometry were the pre-requisites. Study concluded with 78% success with average of… (More)
Dentigerous cyst of mandible is a rare entity in routine clinical practice. A dentigerous or follicular cyst is formed from the accumulation of fluid between the reduced enamel epithelium and the completely formed tooth crown or in the layers of the reduced enamel epithelium. Pulp necrosis is a commonly observed sequel in traumatized primary teeth and is… (More)