• Published 2016

Sociodemographic profile and evaluation of associated factors in Chronic suppurative otitis media patients reporting to tertiary care Hospital of Punjab

@inproceedings{Dhingra2016SociodemographicPA,
  title={Sociodemographic profile and evaluation of associated factors in Chronic suppurative otitis media patients reporting to tertiary care Hospital of Punjab},
  author={Rachna Dhingra and Vikas Dhillon and Shamim Monga and Amarveer Singh Mehta and Gurpreet Kaur and Manpreet Kaur},
  year={2016}
}
Introduction: Incidence of chronic suppurative otitis media has been reported varying from 2.55% to 9.25%. CSOM without prompt, proper treatment can progress to a variety of mild to life-threatening complications that can be intra temporal and intracranial. Thus, the present study was conducted to identify sociodemographic factors associated with Chronic suppurative otitis media. Materials and methods: The present study comprised of 100 patients with history of discharge from ear along with… CONTINUE READING

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Sociodemographic profile and evaluation of associated factors in Chronic suppurative otitis media patients reporting to tertiary care Hospital of Punjab

V Dhillon, S Monga, AS Mehta, G Kaur, M Kaur
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