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Cholesteatoma and chronic otitis media are the focal point of discussion in this sqadia.com medical video lecture. Our medical specialist Dr Saima Mushtaq has provided a thorough explication of primary and secondary cholesteatoma along with the tubotympanic type and its bacteriology. In addition to this, classification of chronic otitis media along with the atticoantral type has been reported. Subsequently, tubercular and syphilitic otitis media has been elucidated.
In this lecture ´´Cholesteatoma and Chronic Otitis Media´´ is explained. Section one is about ‘‘Cholesteatoma’’. Educator starts this section by explaining cholesteatoma. After that origin of cholesteatoma is discussed. Then classification of cholesteatoma is given. Furthermore, information is conveyed on genesis of primary and secondary cholesteatoma. Following this, expansion of cholesteatoma and destruction of bone is elaborated by the educator.
Section two is about ''Tubotympanic Type''. Earlier in this section, educator elucidates chronic suppurative otitis media. Then types of chronic suppurative otitis media are highlighted. Moreover, its pathology is discussed. Polyps are also explained in this section. Lastly, educator give information about bacteriology.
Classification of Chronic Otitis Media
Section three is about ''Classification of Chronic Otitis Media''. After explaining classification of chronic otitis media, educator sheds light on clinical features. Following this, information about investigation is delivered. In the end, treatment is elaborated.
Section four is about ''Atticoantral Type''. Firstly, atticoantral type is introduced. Then investigations are focused. Alongside pathology, symptoms, and signs are discussed thoroughly. Moving onward, features indicating complications are highlighted. Information about treatment is also revealed in this part.
Tubercular and Syphilitic Otitis Media
Section five is about ''Tubercular and Syphilitic Otitis Media''. In the very first slide, tubercular otitis media is elucidated along with its pathology. After that its clinical features are reported. Then diagnosis and treatment are pursued. Likewise, concluding comments are given on syphilitic otitis media.