Finally, disease conditions—for example cholesteatoma—can result in a labyrinthinefistula. … Labyrinthinefistula almost always stems as a complication of chronic otitis media with cholesteatoma. … Labyrinthinefistula is defined as erosive loss of bone that lies over the labyrinth and it is almost exclusively seen as a complication of chronic otitis media with cholesteatoma … 
fistula, ossicular damage, meningitis, sigmoid sinus thrombosis or intracranial abscess. … damage the vicinal middle ear bone structure and also present with complications like chronic ear swelling, facial palsy, sometimes dizziness due to the development of a labyrinthine … 
The following symptomatology is found in patients suffering in traumatic head injuries: General Appearance: Patients are usually brought to the emergency room with loss of consciousness due to severe brain trauma. Less severe cases can present with confusion, drowsiness and disorientation. Head and neck:…
Blast injury is trauma resulting from the energy released in an explosion. It involves damage to numerous organs acquired through various mechanisms and poses a unique problem for health care providers.
Blast injuries are categorized as primary to quaternary, and sometimes quinary. High-order explosives (HE) such…
Mastoiditis is an infection in the air cell system of the mastoid process. It is usually associated with otitis media.
The condition of mastoiditis, often mimic the signs and symptoms of ear infection. Affected individuals, especially children often experience the following signs: Discharge and drainage from the affected…
A basilar skull fracture is a fracture occurring in the bones that constitute the base (bottom part) of the skull. It is usually a result from strong blunt force applied to the head, such as falling from the high. The temporal region of skull is the most common location. Fracture causes intracranial hemorrhage is a…