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Sir i've hole in tympanic membrane by trauma in right ear. But doctor tell me that you have nerve problem because my audiogram shows left ear snhl. Please suggest me what should I do?
I am 21 year old. I am having throat pain since three days. Please suggest any precautions for this pain. Thank you.
My ear got blocked for the past three due to cold. what should I do to get recover from that? Please help me.
I am suffering from stuffy nose frm past 9 days. No medicine lyk montelukast-levocetirizine or inhaling steam is able to help. My nose s watering continuously of thick consistency. Unable to slp also. problem s only of nasal cavity, no cough from throat.
I get tired while sitting gets naps and start snoring, my snoring at night also have increased, so pl say what to do.
I have a tumor in the left part of the throat. The biopsy has done on the advice of doctor. I have got the report today. The impression of the report is given to below:- Left part pharyngeal wall biopsy:- 1. Hyperplastic stratified squamous epithelium with acute on chronic inflammatory granulation. 2. No evidence of granuloma or malignancy seen. What does this report reveal? Is it a matter of anxiety? What possible treatment options are available? Please, give the answer quickly as I am till now anxious state.
I am a 24 years old female. My cough is persistent since many months. I also have asthma and sinusitis. Due to the cough I suffer from vomiting and can't eat food. What should I do?
The infection of the bone of the ear is Mastoiditis. This may be an acute infection needing hospitalisation and injectable drugs or may be in the form of slow bone eroding processes like cholesteatoma.
Let us learn more about this condition and its treatment
Understanding the mastoid bone: The mastoid bone is made up of air sacs and it looks a lot like a sponge. In this sense, it is different from the other bones that can be found in the human body. In order to function properly, this bone requires air from the other parts of the ear, including the Eustachain Tube which connects the middle part of the ear with the portion that lies at the back of the throat. If this tube gets infected due to any reason, the infection and bacteria can also travel to the Mastoid bone, leading to an infection in this area. Another form of the infection starts from the ear drum and a slowly progressive bone eroding process starts which spreads into the air sacs and can potentially spread to the brain.
Symptoms: Acute mastoiditis will present with earache, ear discharge and onset of fever and chills, as well as redness and inflammation behind the ear. Pain in the ear may be experienced along with headaches and swelling that may be experienced behind the eyes. At the very earliest sign, these symptoms must be reported to an ENT or ear throat nose specialist so that the treatment can happen at the earliest. Chronic mastoiditis may be due to repeated infections and bone eroding cholesteatoma which presents with repeated episodes of ear discharge which may be foul smelling and may even have blood.
Diagnosis: The diagnosis is mostly made on ear examination and may involve imaging tests like a CT scan as well as an MRI scan of the head and the ear. A simple X-ray of the mastoids can help in detecting the severity of the infection, and it spread.
Treatment: After diagnosing the problem with imaging tests as well as a detailed ear examination, the doctor will usually start the treatment by admitting the patient in the hospital. Antibiotic medication will be administered through intravenous methods, after which oral antibiotics will be prescribed for many days after the patient has been discharged from the hospital. Surgery may be required if the infection has not cleared up even after the use of antibiotics and is also done in cases of bone erosion. This surgery will be done to drain the infected fluid from the ear and remove a part of this Mastoid bone. Complications like facial paralysis and vertigo need to be discussed with the surgeon before the surgery.