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The prime focus of this lecture is Tumors of Middle Ear and Mastoid. In section one, the educator elaborates on Glomus Tumour. The Classification of Glomus Tumour is brought to light followed by an overview of Glomus Tumour. Furthermore, the Aetiology and Pathology are discussed. The educator then discusses Glomus Jugulare, Glomus Tympanicum, and Spread of Glomus Tumour.
Clinical Features of Glomus Tumour
Section two elaborates on Clinical Features of Glomus Tumour. The educator gives information regarding the Clinical Features. To provide further insight, numerous clinical features are discussed in detail which include Tumour Present as Polyp, Cranial Nerve Palsies, and Audible Bruit. At the end of this section, the educator sheds light on Rule of 10s.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Section three consists of information regarding the Diagnosis and Treatment of Glomus Tumour. The educator sheds light on the Diagnosis of Glomus Tumor and then discusses various techniques for Investigation and Treatment of Glomus Tumour. At the end of this section, the Surgical Approaches to Glomus Tumours are highlighted.
Middle Ear and Mastoid Carcinoma
Section four is about Middle Ear and Mastoid Carcinoma. The educator describes Carcinoma of Middle Ear and Mastoid after which the Aetiology, Pathology, and Spread of Tumour is discussed. Moving forward, the Clinical Features of Middle Ear and Mastoid Carcinoma are highlighted followed by an elucidation of Diagnosis and Treatment.
Sarcomas and Secondary Tumors
Section five is dedicated to the demonstration of Sarcomas and Secondary Tumors. First of all, the educator reveals significant details about Sarcomas. Subsequently, Other Sarcomas are brought to light after which the topic of Secondary Tumours is addressed.