Mastoid cavity obliteration: our experience.

  title={Mastoid cavity obliteration: our experience.},
  author={Shraddha Deshmukh and Arpit Sharma and Jyoti Pralhad Dabholkar},
  journal={Otolaryngologia polska = The Polish otolaryngology},
  volume={66 6},
Comparison of Outcomes of Open Mastoid Cavity- with or Without Obliteration
Hearing results were better in mastoid cavities with obliteration compared to open cavities, and patients with obliterated mastoid cavity need less cavity care and doctor dependence.
Outcome of Post-Operative Mastoid Cavity Obliteration with Autologous Adipose Tissue
Cavity problems encountered is considerably less in the group obliterated with adipose tissue, and patients presenting with active squamous variety of Chronic Otitis Media have their graft intact at the end of 12 weeks.
A Comparative Study of Outcome of Post-Operative Mastoid Cavity Obliteration with Autologous Cartilage with That of Unobliterated Cavities
A prospective, experimental, randomized study has been conducted among patients presenting with active squamosal variety of Chronic Otitis Media wherein 15 cases were allotted to each group which subsequently underwent canal wall down mastoidectomy followed by obliteration with autologous cartilage.
Following by mastoidectomy, obliteration with musculoperiosteal flap, bone pate and cartilage yields better results in terms of acoustic parameters and outcome of surgery.
Surgical Outcome of Mastoid Cavity Obliteration Using Postauricular Composite Bone with Periosteum Flap
Surgical outcome of patients undergoing obliteration of mastoid cavity with postauricular composite osteo-periosteal flap is evaluated to show that Mastoid cavity obliteration using composite osteospecific flap is an effective technique to avoid cavity problems.
Preoperative Predictors Ofossicular Erosion in Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media
This study was intended to identify the indicators of ossicular erosion in patients with chronic suppurative otitis media through common preoperative clinical symptoms, signs and audiological evaluation without the use of HRCT temporal bone.
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The retrospective analysis of the available clinical materials covering the period from 2009 to 2014 included the results of the surgical treatment of the patients suffering from chronic otitis media and cholesteatoma with the use of the method for the obliteration of the paratympanic spaces.
Temporal bone trauma effects on auditory anatomical structures in mastoid obliteration
Mastoid obliteration with heterologous materials after open cavity mastoidectomy increases the risk of fracture, with the involvement of auditory anatomical structures, in cadaveric temporal bones with preserved mastoids.
Panel 2: Anatomy (Eustachian Tube, Middle Ear, and Mastoid—Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pathogenesis)
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Whether the short-term goals elaborated in the last report were achieved are determined, and updated goals to guide future otitis media research are proposed.
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Animals treated with ABC exhibited osteogenesis, with no ototoxicity and bacteriostasis compared with the use of ABD, and the hearing threshold and cochlear morphology did not differ significantly between the preoperative and 12-week postoperative measurement.


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Late results of obliterative cholesteatoma surgery.
Post-operative cholesteatomas were found in 22 of 463 of the ears during the follow-up periods that ranged from five to 15 years, and none of them originated in the cavity area.
Mastoid obliteration.
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Seventy-eight mastoid cavities were studied in 39 patients who required revision surgery for troublesome symptoms and the average improvement after surgery was 4.7 points.
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