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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?
The Eardrum Made Simple Dr. Ramesh Mehay Programme Director, Bradford VTS.
Approach to Ear Problems By Stacey Singer-Leshinsky R-PAC.
Clinical Examination of the Ear, Nose and Throat Dave Pothier St Mary’s 2003.
Eye and Ear Assessment by Sharon Kerr, MSN, RN Spring 2010.
1 OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION ----(OME). 2 overview Otitis media with effusion (OME) is characterized by accumulation of fluid in the middle ear, conductive.
BONES OF NASAL CAVITY Masyitah Mustaffa. Overview: Bones of the skull.
Audiology Resource Notebook This presentation is intended as a resource for professionals in Deaf Education, Audiology, and Speech Pathology. It includes.
SPECIAL SENSES ALLOW HUMAN BODY TO REACT TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
Ears 1. Structure and functions of the ears 2 Structures of the ears External ear External ear Middle ear Middle ear Also known as the tympanic cavity.
TM Perforations Beth Burlage. Definition Perforation - a hole or pattern made by or as if by piercing, in this case, in the tissue of the tympanic membrane.
1Elsevier items and derived items © 2007 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. Chapter 52 Ear and Hearing Disorders.
Ear Wax Lawrence Pike. Introduction Ear Wax (Cerumen) is a natural protective oily substance which is produced in the outer third of the ear canal Ear.
The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat. Prevention of Dental Injuries When engaged in contact/collision sports mouth guards should be routinely.
1 In Service Training Teaching the Hearing Impaired By Janet Florian.
ENT An generalists guide... Dr. Jon Dixon, Bradford.
Chronic Rhinosinusitis in Children Clinical Presentation Hector Stone-Aguilar, M.D. Pediatric Allergy & Immunology Hospital San Jose de Hermosillo Universidad.
OMU FESS AND WHAT THE RADIOLOGIST NEED TO KNOW F. Malan.
E.N.T. Referrals And how to reduce them. Between 2005 and 2009: GP referrals to outpatients increased by 19% Consultant to consultant outpatient referrals.
ENT for General Practice George Vattakuzhiyil MBBS;MS(ENT);FRCS.
© 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved Special Senses PowerPoint® presentation to accompany: Medical Assisting Third Edition Booth,
CHAPTER © 2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 31 Special Senses.
Otitis Media Dr John Curotta Head of ENT Surgery The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
CN VII: FACIAL NERVE Idham Hafize Supi Nurmarzura Abdul Latif
Bones of the Skull. Frontal Forehead Superior eye orbits Frontal sinus Inferior connection –Zygomatic process –Temporal bone.
Chapter 42 Sensory System. Sensation, Perception, and Cognition Sensation –Ability to receive and process stimuli through sensory organs Perception –Ability.
Chapter 22: The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat.
Thomas L. Layton, Ph.D. Talk and Total Communication Services Down syndrome: Education and Communication.
The Respiratory System Chapter 13. Organs of the Respiratory System Nose Pharynx Larynx Trachea Bronchi & their smaller branches Lungs – Alveoli: air.
Fig 1 Anatomy. FS frontal sinus; UP uncinate process; IT inferior turbinate; MT middle turbinate; MS maxillary sinus; AE anterior ethmoid; PE posterior.
1 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EAR. 2 Main Components of the Hearing Mechanism n Outer Ear n Middle Ear n Inner Ear n Central Auditory Nervous System.
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