mastoid


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Synonyms for mastoid

process of the temporal bone behind the ear at the base of the skull

relating to or resembling a nipple

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Identifying the volumes of the middle ear and the mastoid bone with tympanometry
The extension of cholesteatoma in each ear was surgically confirmed and scored according to middle ear involvement using the STAM system: S1 (supratubal recess), S2 (sinus tympani), T (tympanic cavity), A (attic), and M (mastoid) (Figure 1) [4].
* M= Mastoid: o M0= no mastoid involvement, o M1= antrum cholesteatoma, o M2= cholesteatoma extending beyond the antrum and o M3= cholesteatoma affects the whole mastoid cavity.
The technique chosen is generally based on the extent of the disease and the surgeon's preference, and it ranges from canalplasty with skin grafting for lesions confined to E AC, to canalplasty or canal-wall-up mastoidectomy with reconstruction of canal defects for lesions involving mastoid cells, to canal-wall-down mastoidectomy for lesions with large wall defects exhibiting mastoid erosion.
After performing a morphometric analysis on a set of 116 cranial landmarks, Nikita (2012) concluded that age did not have a significant effect on overall cranial shape or landmarks specific to glabella, nuchal crest, or mastoid process.
Lymphoma of the middle ear can arise from the mucosa of the mastoid antrum, tympanum, or the tympanic orifice of the eustachian tube.
The main goals of this technique are to completely eradicate the disease, create a large enough meatus for examination and mastoid air cells, and provide a self-cleaning epithelized dry cavity, and achieve maximum hearing.2,3 A large enough meatus promotes rapid epithelization of the mastoid cavity and facilitates debridement and postoperative evaluation of the cavity.
Metodun basarisini degerlendirmek icin kulagin superior ve orta 1/3 bolgelerinden konkal mastoid mesafeler preoperatif, postoperatif ve altinci ay kontrollerinde olculdu.
A subperiosteal abscess is reported to be the most common form and is usually observed in children with poorly pneumatized mastoid bones.[sup][1] Luc's abscess is reported to be the most common subperiosteal abscess in children.
Model analyses of the effects of varying the volume of the middle ear and mastoid, predict an increasing low frequency hearing loss as air volume is reduced.
Compared with classical mastoidectomy, this method can avoid leaving the mastoid cavity open, without requiring frequent clearance of dry scabs in the surgical cavity.
Because of its location in the Prussak's space, acquired cholesteatomas of the pars flaccida generally displace the malle us head and the body of the incus medially From the Prussak's space, the mass can easily extend itself posteriorly in the superior incudal space towards the posterolateral portion of the attic, and then, through the aditus ad antrum, towards the antrum and the mastoid air cells10.
A very painful swelling behind the ear in the bone called the mastoid bone.
Pneumatized air cells present in the zygomatic process of the temporal bone, which appears similar to the mastoid air cells and which does not extend further anteriorly than the zygomatico-temporal suture, entitled as zygomatic air cell defect (ZACD).