Myiasis in otorhinolaryngology with entomological aspects.

  title={Myiasis in otorhinolaryngology with entomological aspects.},
  author={Vikrant Sood and P K Kakar and B L Wattal},
  journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology},
  volume={90 4},
Maggot infestation in a series of 100 cases pertaining to the E.N.T. domain is reported. The Entomological aspects were studied in 20 cases. The clinical features of myiasis have been described. This disease commonly occurs in diseased nasal and ear cavities which allow maggots to grow. The use of maggot oil drops and irrigation with normal saline provides… CONTINUE READING