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Physical Diagnosis Scalp, Ears,Nose, Sinuses
Describe Scalp. Diagnosis?
Normal TM Malleus (short process and handle Cone of light Incus Pars tensa The unbelievable UMBO
Otitis Media Red, Bulging Hyperemia Dullness of light reflex Opaque
Serous OM Bulging, amber drum Decreased mobility
Cerumen in canal May advise parents to soften first May remove yourself in office At the VA: May remove a lot of ear wax in the ER
Bullous Myringitis Large vesicles/bullae visible on the drum Landmarks obscured Drum is reddened Viral infection characterized by painful hemorrhage
Traumatic Perforation Usually result from purulent infection of the middle ear Central perforation or marginal
Tympanostomy Tube Sometimes placed in children with series of ear infections Major goal: preventing conductive hearing loss may prevent delayed language development “Mom, the TV is so loud!”
Nose and Sinuses
Sinus Anatomy: Front View frontal sinus=black check maxillary sinus=red, anterior ethmoid sinuses=green posterior ethmoid sinuses= purple, sphenoid sinus=yellow
Sinus Anatomy: Side View frontal sinus=black check maxillary sinus=red, anterior ethmoid sinuses=green posterior ethmoid sinuses= purple, sphenoid sinus=yellow
Looking at the turbinates: Diagnosis?
Physical Diagnosis Scalp, Ears, Nose and Sinuses.
Babak Saedi. MD Assistant professor of Tehran university.
Babak Saedi Imam Khomeini Hospital
Head and Neck You are presented with clinical photographs. Answers are provided in the next slide.
Discussion Otitis media is an infection of the middle section of the ear, as compared to external otitis (also known as swimmer's ear), which is an infection.
1 21 st CENTURY EAR EXAM Ronald Angoff, M.D., F.A.A.P Critical Issues in School Health Crowne Plaza Hotel Cromwell Thursday 28 March 2013.
DR. SUDEEP K.C.. Acute inflammation of middle ear by pyogenic organisms. Etiology: Infants and child of lower socioeconomic group. Routes of infection:
Ear Structure & Function
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Elsevier items and derived items © 2008, 2004, 2000, 1996, 1992 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. Ears Chapter 15.
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Otitis Media. OM Case 1 5 y/o Female Incomplete cleft of secondary palate Pain in left ear Tubes 4 years ago No Medications Cleft has been repaired in.
Ear Tubes. The Ear AOM vs. OME Acute Otitis Media –Pus behind TM –Acute infection –Multiple severe complicaitons Mastoiditis Meningitis Brain abscess.
OTITIS MEDIA Dr.Isazadehfar.
Eye and ENT Examination
By: Anitha Jacob PA-S November 8, 2000
OTITIS MEDIA Islamic University Nursing College. OTITIS MEDIA Definition: Presence of a middle ear infection or inflammation. Acute Otitis Media: occurrence.
DRUGS DO NOT DO DRUGS !!! Hearing disorders in children/ Hala AlOmari.
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Nose 43. Otoscope used with nasal speculum to inspect nasal vault or may use otoscope ear speculum 44. Nasal speculum examination done without causing.
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Chapter 11 Part 5 Temporal Bone Paranasal Sinuses.
DR SUDEEP K.C.. CLASSIFICATION OF HEARING LOSS AUDITORY PATHWAYS.
Outer ear anatomy physiology disorders.
Temporal Bone Paranasal Sinuses
Use of the Otoscope in Athletic Training
Clinical Examination of the Ear, Nose and Throat Dave Pothier St Mary’s 2003.
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Hearing Testing Characteristics of a Hearing Loss Hearing Testing Middle Ear Measurement.
OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION. What is OME? Presence of fluid without signs or symptoms of ear infection Decreased TM mobility Mild hearing loss generally.
The Ear Chapter 12 Text Book.
Conjunctivitis Commonly known as pink eye Inflammation of conjunctival membranes in front of the eye Symptoms are redness, pain, swelling, and discharge.
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Rhinosinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis affects 31 million Americans annually. Chronic sinusitis is defined as unrelenting symptoms >12 weeks in duration.
MIDDLE EAR INFECTIONS.
Functioning Organs of Vision
Prevalence and Causes of Hearing Loss. Prevalence of Hearing Loss Each year in the United States, more than 12,000 babies are born with a hearing loss.
The Ears Dr. Zyad Saleh. Anatomy Structure of the Ear: The ear is organ of hearing. It comprises of three parts: Outer ear Middle ear Inner ear.
The bridge of the nose Superiorly each bone articulates with the frontal bone.
Glue Ear and Otitis Externa Martin Porter Consultant ENT Worcester.
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