Nasal ( Nose ) Photographs of Rhinitis, Cancer and Polyps. Kevin Kavanagh
Serous Otitis Media
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  • 1.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a left eardrum with a large attic cholesteatoma and exposure of the head of the malleus.
  • 2.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma and extensive tympanosclerosis on the eardrum.
  • 3.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma and exposure and erosion of the head of the malleus.
  • 4.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma and granulation tissue.
  • 5.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma covered with granulation tissue.
  • 6.  Posterior Superior Eardrum CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with a deep posterior superior retraction pocket. The pocket is not self cleaning and is gathering squamous debris and has formed a cholesteatoma.
  • 7.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a left eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma covered with granulation tissue.
  • 8.  Attic Cholesteatoma  This picture shows a large attic cholesteatoma with exposure of the head of the malleus. The cholesteatoma is also extending behind the eardrum and into the middle ear.
  • 9.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma. The eardrum is normal except for a monolayer and mild tympanosclerosis.
  • 10. Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma.
  • 11.  Attic Cholesteatoma and Eardrum PerforationThis picture shows a left eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma, exposure of the head of the malleus and an eardrum with tympanosclerosis and a perforation.
  • 12.  Attic and Posterior Superior CholesteatomaThis picture shows a large retraction pocket involving the attic and posterior superior portion of the left eardrum.
  • 13.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma just starting to extend behind the eardrum. The eardrum is normal with a normal light reflex. One must always look at the pars flaccida to make sure a cholesteatoma is not present.
  • 14.  Attic CholesteatomaThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma which is extending behind the eardrum.
  • 15.  Attic Cholesteoma Extending Into The Middle EarThis picture shows a right eardrum with an attic cholesteatoma which is extending behind the eardrum and is draped over the stapes. The eardrum has areas of thinning called monolayers.

 

 

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