Nasal ( Nose ) Photographs of Rhinitis, Cancer and Polyps. Kevin Kavanagh
Serous Otitis Media
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  • 1. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the immediate post-operative appearance of a left eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media. Note the strand of serous fluid behind the eardrum and the attic retraction pocket.
  • 2. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a right eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat a severe attic retraction pocket.
  • 3. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a left eardrum with a plastic Sheppard myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media. A Sheppard myringotomy tube is a shorting acting tube with small inner phalanges.
  • 4. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a right eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media.
  • 5. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a right eardrum with a plastic t-tube placed to treat a severely retracted eardrum. Note attic retraction pocket. A t-tube is a long acting tube with long inner phalanges.
  • 6. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the immediate post-operative appearance of a left eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media. Note the strand of serous fluid behind the eardrum.
  • 7. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a right eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media.
  • 8. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a right eardrum with a stainless steel bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media.
  • 9. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a right eardrum with a bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media.
  • 10. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a left eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube. The tube is covered by bleeding granulation tissue.
  • 11. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a right eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy which is starting to extrude. Note the tympanosclerosis on the eardrum.
  • 12. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a right eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat a posterior superior retraction pocket.
  • 13. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a right eardrum with a long plastic myringotomy tube placed to treat a severe eustachian tube dysfunction with a posterior superior retraction pocket.
  • 14. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a left eardrum with a plastic bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat a severely retracted eardrum. Note the exposure of the head of the malleus in a deep attic retraction pocket.
  • 15. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows the a right eardrum with a titanium bobbin myringotomy tube placed to treat chronic serous otitis media.
  • 16. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a left inflamed eardrum with a possible attice cholesteatoma and an anterior myingotomy tube.
  • 17. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a retracted right eardrum with an anterior plastic myringtomy tube. Note the partial erosion of the long arm of the incus (arrow).
  • 18. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a posterior-superior retraction pocket with a myringoincudopexy and an anterior T-Tube (myringotomy tube).
  • 19. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows a myringtomy tube placed in the inferior portion of the right eardrum. Note the two areas of tympanosclerosis, which are small and not clinically significant.
  • 20. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows severe tympanosclerosis of the eardrum. This paeint had a conduction hearing loss and middle ear fluid.
  • 21. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows granulation tissue surrounding a myringotomy tube in the posterior right eardrum.
  • 22. Myringotomy Tubes This picture shows severe tympanosclerosis of the left eardrum. The myringotomy tube is in the anterior portion of the eardrum.
 
Normal Eardrums (Tympanic Membranes)
 

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