Dr. Ronald Chin’s Take On Otosclerosis Diagnosis And Treatment
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Dr. Ronald Chin’s Take On Otosclerosis Diagnosis And Treatment

Otosclerosis is the bony overgrowth of the stapes footplate, leading to fixation and conductive hearing loss. Symptoms for this include slow progressive hearing loss in both ears, increased vascularity of the middle ear, bony prominence, and tinnitus might also be seen.

Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Exostoses
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Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Exostoses

Malignant otitis is osteomyelitis of the temporal bone. It’s a rare complication of otitis externa. It is called malignant because of the aggressiveness of the infection. Elderly people and diabetic and immune-compromised patients are prone to this disease. Topical agents usually don’t work for this disease

Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Cerumen Impaction
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Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Cerumen Impaction

Malignant otitis is osteomyelitis of the temporal bone. It’s a rare complication of otitis externa. It is called malignant because of the aggressiveness of the infection. Elderly people and diabetic and immune-compromised patients are prone to this disease. Topical agents usually don’t work for this disease

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