Glomus tympanicum is the most common primary neoplasm of the middle ear and the second most common tumour of the temporal bone. Although histologically benign, glomus tympanicum is slow growing, locally...
A case of Right CSOM, squamosal type with lateral semicircular canal fistula. Incus was absent, Horizontal part of facial nerve was dehiscent.For ossicular discontinuity conchal cartilage was used to...
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