Study Offers Hope In Prevention Of Facial Paralysis
...highlight that surgeons can now remove a dangerous cholesteatoma
in such a way that the facial nerve is not injured...y, which investigates facial nerve dehiscence when cholesteatoma
is also present, attempts to describe where and ho... the facial nerve especially vulnerable to injury. cholesteatoma
is an abnormal pocket of trapped skin and tissue i...
Cholesteatoma in Medical Dictionary
is a destructive and expanding keratinizing squamous epithelium in the middle ear and/or mastoid process. Covers diagnostic tests, management, surgical outcomes, and more. A cholesteatoma
usually occurs because of poor eustachian tube function as well ... However, th...
...icine. Causes of facial paralysis ... may lead to facial nerve injury and ... The incidence of facial paralysis in a setting of cholesteatoma
approaches 3%16. ... Motor vehicle accidents are a common cause of facial paralysis from a skull fracture. ... Facial paralysis after...
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