45] Location of Attic cholesteatoma Tos and Lau  origin on the tympanic membrane Pars tensa
I cholesteatoma (marginal disease) Pars tensa
II (central disease) Direction of Attic Lau and extension of Tos [37, 46] disease Pars tensa
- Tensa retraction cholesteatoma - Sinus cholesteatoma Origin and Pars tensa
Mills and location Padgham  of disease - Marginal - Central Congenital Extent of Pars tensa
Black and involvement Gutteridge  Attic Sudhoff and Tos [49, 50] Combined attic/pars tensa
Inflammation With infection Rosenfeld and status Bluestone  Without infection
Pars faccida cholesteatoma, pars tensa
cholesteatoma, congenital cholesteatoma, and cholesteatoma secondary to a tensa perforation)
Among the CLEs with retraction, the prevalence of pars tensa
(PT) retraction was 84.
2%) perforation of pars tensa
was seen and in 4 ears (7.
DISCUSSION: Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media with perforation of pars tensa
is very common worldwide and is one of the main causes of conductive hearing loss in developing countries like India.
On physical examination, her left tympanic membrane was found to be thickened, with a few pits at the anterior portion of the pars tensa
, and she presented with a left facial palsy of V/VI on the House-Brackmann scale.
4,12) In 1851 Toynbee demonstrated five distinct layers of the pars tensa
of the tympanic membrane as follows.
All patients had presented with serous MEE, and almost one-third of them demonstrated a pars tensa
A portion of the pars tensa
of the tympanic membrane appeared to be in contact with but not adherent to the promontory.
Marra S et al (2002) effective ness of non-surgical closure of tympanic membrane pars tensa
The pars tensa
, which represents the bottom 80% of the eardrum's structure, is composed mainly of collagen II running in parallel sheets, which is unique.
It is classified into 2 types tubotympanic and attico antral depending on whether the disease process affects the pars tensa
or pars flaccida of tympanic membrane.
At a follow-up visit 3 weeks later, otoscopy revealed a posterior pars tensa
perforation in a quiescent stage (figure, A).