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91 Possible Causes for Bell's Palsy, Large Ears, Otalgia

  • Otitis Media

    palsy and asthma exacerbation or reactive airway disease episodes.[] Imaging demonstrated a large mass of organized tissue.[] Severe illness is defined as moderate to severe otalgia or temperature greater than 39 C, whereas nonsevere illness is defined as mild otalgia and temperature less than 39[]

  • Mastoiditis

    […] drtbalu's otolaryngology Menu Home Laryngology Otology Absolute bone conduction test Anatomy of chorda tympani nerve Bell's palsy Blood supply of cochlea Carahart's notch[] […] granulomatosis) in one case, middle ear tuberculosis and diffuse large B-cell lymphoma respectively.[] We report a case of an 81-year-old immunocompetent man, who underwent a mastoidectomy because of unexplained, progressive otalgia in spite of a noninflamed and air-containing[]

  • Middle Ear Cholesteatoma

    This procedure creates a large cavity that can be easily examined through the ear canal opening.[] The other patient, a 55-year-old man, was admitted to our hospital for a detailed examination because he had right otalgia and progressive headache.[] Otalgia Cholesteatoma itself is not often painful. But when it is associated with infection, it may cause pain.[2].[]

  • Acoustic Neuroma

    This is facial palsy, also known as Bell's palsy.[] When to see your doctor See your doctor if you notice hearing loss in one ear, ringing in your ear or trouble with your balance.[] We present a patient who underwent translabyrinthine resection of an intracanalicular acoustic neuroma and in whom developed otalgia, vesicles on the ear canal and the ipsilateral[]

  • Glomus Jugulare Tumor

    Relatively large tumors of the middle ear can be approached by using the Argon or CO2 laser without opening the ear from behind.[] Symptoms of these tumors usually include pulsatile tinnitus, hearing loss, facial nerve paralysis, vertigo, otalgia, dysphagia, hoarseness, throat sore, episodic hypertension[] As with glomus tympanicum tumors, the most frequent otologic symptoms were pulsatile tinnitus, followed by hearing loss, mucopurulent or hemorrhagic otorrhea, otalgia, and[]

  • Mumps

    The parotid glands are imbedded into the cheeks in front of the ear where a large set of sideburns would be.[] Tenderness of the parotid glands and otalgia often precede parotitis, which is bilateral in 95% of cases. 8 The swelling can be extensive enough to interfere with speech and[] (The parotid gland is a salivary gland located anterior to the ear and above the angle of the jaw -- imagine a large set of sideburns.)[]

  • Meniere's Disease

    palsy.[] The leading theory is that they result from increased pressure of an abnormally large amount of endolymph in the inner ear and/or from the presence of potassium in an area[] Our study shows that the CM is higher in ears with endolymphatic hydrops, evidenced by an enlarged SP:AP ratio, than ears without and the CM shows no statistical difference[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    Bell’s Palsy is a palsy of the facial nerve (Cranial Nerve VII). In approximatel 80% of cases it resolves withing 6 to 8 weeks.[] ., clicking, popping, grating, crepitus) may occur with TMD, but also occur in up to 50% of asymptomatic patients. 1 A large retrospective study (n 4,528) conducted by a single[] A closed Eustachian tube may be responsible for the feeling of ear fullness, otalgia and serous otitis media [ 38 ].[]

  • Malignant Otitis Media

    palsy, hemi facial spasm and tumours causing facial palsy.[] Note the narrowing of the ear channel, the large amounts of exudate, and swelling of the outer ear.[] Clinical presentation Otalgia –throbbing pain Nocturnal pain and aggravated by chewing Otorrhea – pus discharge - yellow, yellow-green, foul smelling, persistent Hearing loss[]

  • Chronic Otitis Externa

    They include a Bell’s Palsy (drooping of the face, inability to blink the eye on side of surgery). This is temporary in 80% plus of the patients that develop it.[] If there is a large amount of debris, the ear canal is best cleaned by suction under direct vision with a microscope.[] The most common symptoms related to AOE described by patients are otalgia and otorrhea. Complaints of otalgia can range from mild pruritus to severe discomfort.[]

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