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Otomycosis (fungal infection of the ear) is not uncommon clinical problem encountered in our ENT practice. It makes up to 6 per cent of all patients with symptoms of ear disease seen in the Outpatient Clinic. Of the 193 patients with a clinical diagnosis of otomycosis, 171 cases produced positive fungal isolates. In this study Aspergillus species (niger and… (More)
A prospective study on 210 patients was conducted to determine the relative efficacy of infiltration anaesthesia as against surface anaesthesia for antral lavage. The patients were categorized into three groups and comparisons were made on patient response and our observations. This study confirms that infiltration technique is superior to surface… (More)
An unusual case of odontogenic keratocyst arising from the maxilla, involving the maxillary antrum has been reported. Presence of an ectopic canine tooth under the orbital floor was a noticeable feature of this case. The clinical presentation, radiological, and histological aspects and treatment have been reviewed.
We report an unusual case of a pilonidal sinus appearing on the nose. From the clinical and pathological findings, we find it difficult to believe that it is an acquired condition. En bloc excision by an external rhinoplasty approach was performed with no evidence of any recurrence.
INTRODUCTION The assessment and maintenance of competence for pediatricians has recently received increased attention. The aim of the present study was to investigate further the use of multisource feedback for assessing pediatricians in practice. METHODS A systematic literature review was conducted using the electronic databases EMBASE, PsycINFO,… (More)
A case of Osteopetrosis (Marble Bone Disease) in a child is presented. Agenesis (non-pneumatization) of all paranasal sinuses has been one of the salient features in this case.
Chromobacterium violaceum is a Gram-negative organism found in water and soil. C. violaceum is not usually pathogenic in humans; only approximately 150 human cases have been reported worldwide. C. violaceum bacteraemia progresses rapidly, leading to fatal sepsis on dissemination to multiple organs within a short time. We describe two cases of fatal… (More)