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Osteoma of external auditory canal associated with external auditory canal cholesteatoma and exuberant granulation tissue in mastoid air cell system: a rare association

  • Shrikant MahalleEmail author
Clinical Report

Abstract

Osteoma of EAC is a rare tumour. Cholesteatoma of EAC associated with osteoma is consequence of osteoma of EAC. Its incidence is rare and very few cases have been reported in the literature. Its association with exuberant granulation tissue in the mastoid air cell system without extension of Cholesteatoma into middle ear cleft is even rare. This association has been reported for the first time as evident from review of literature.

Keywords

Osteoma EACC—external auditory canal cholesteatoma Granulation tissue EAC—external auditory canal PED—piezoelectric device 

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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Ethical approval was approved by institutional authority, C.S. Amravati.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Class 1 ENT SurgeonCivil HospitalAmravatiIndia
  2. 2.JNMCWardhaIndia

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