Osteoma of temporal bone a case of post aural swelling

osteoma of temporal bone a case of post aural swelling In the temporal bone, the external auditory canal is the predominant location, rarely present in the mastoid, the squamous portion of the temporal bone, inner ear canal and middle ear the following report discusses a case of mastoid osteoma.

Osteoma of temporal bone: a case of a post aural swelling case report the patient is a 32 year old female who presented with the complaints of chronic ear discharge of the left ear since 5years with hearing loss in the. 4 the tissue sections followed, and revealed tumor consisted of mature trabecular bone covered by epidermis (figure 1) final diagnosis of osteoma of external auditory canal was established. Osteoma of the temporal bone occurs infrequently, and when they occur, are seen most common in the external ear canal osteoma originating from the middle ear is very rare that from the mastoid are rarer.

Swelling in the post auricular region was fluctuant with mucopurulent discharge facial nerve examination was normal cases of external auditory canal cholesteatoma with posteri or terayama y, mitsui h osteoma of the temporal bone—a case report (in japanese] nippon jibiinkoka gakkai kaiho 1984 87(5):590-5 [12] d lee, b jun, c. International journal of multidisciplinary and current research issn: producing an external swelling (5) the etiology of osteoma sura j,raj a,meher r,narula v osteoma of temporal bone: a case of a post aural swellingotolaryngology online journal: volume no 2 issue no 4 2012. Abstract osteoma of external auditory canal is a rare benign tumour usually slow growing, found incidentally and often symptomless rarely an osteoma may present as a simple aural polyp and may be mistaken as polyps arising secondary to tuberculous,chronic otitis media or carcinoma.

Published quarterly mangalore, south india issn 0972-5997 volume 4, issue 4 oct-dec 2005 ivory osteoma of temporal bone author ravi meher assistant professor. Painless post auricular swelling for 10 years he also complained of mild chronic decrease hearing in both side however, he we are requested temporal bone high-resolution computer tomography (hrct) scan, hrct showed well-defined bony mass few reported cases as mastoid osteoma in the literature [1,2] till now no clear etiological. Common symptoms for osteomas in the temporal bone include hearing loss, tinnitus, vestibular dysfunction, and external swelling methods we present a rare case and analysis of the clinical and radiographic presentation of an osteoma located in the petrous part of the temporal bone. Osteoma is a benign slow growing bone tumour with predominance in long bones, and is rare in the skull they are a rare occurrence in the mastoid temporal bone, being usually asymptomatic and treated mainly for cosmetic reasons. Case discussion external auditory canal osteoma is a slow growing benign neoplasm involving the temporal bone comprising of discrete and pedunculated bone lesion arising along the tympano-squamous suture 1 they need to be differentiated from exostoses of external auditory canal, which are often bilateral, bony elevations involving the tympanic bone 2.

Case of osteoid osteoma arising from the temporal bone manifesting only as first bite syndrome as the sole clinical symptom, to perform a meta-analysis of previously repor. Introduction osteoma of the temporal bone is a very uncommon benign tumor of bone osteomas may occur in the external auditory canals but are reported to be very rare in the mastoid bone case report a 36-year-old male presented to our department with a hard swelling behind the right ear diagnosed as osteoma complete excision was done through a postauricular approach. However, osteoma of the temporal bone are very rare and when they occur is seen most commonly in the external ear canal, rarely present in the mastoid, the squamous portion of the temporal bone, inner ear canal and middle ear. Osteoma of the zygomatic process of the temporal bone-a rare case report manabendra debnath, biswajit gogoi only 2 cases of osteoma of the zygomatic process of the temporal bone has been reported till date ii case report out to be osteoid osteoma she had an uneventful post-operative period she is now being followed up in our. In rare cases, the osteoma can extend medially into the petrous temporal bone adjacent to the facial nerve, lateral semicircular canal or ossicles in these cases, imaging can define the anatomical relations with these structures before considering surgical resection 3,4,16-18.

A 30-year-old female patient had right post auricular swelling she noticed that the swelling was slowly increasing external auditory canal is the predominant location of temporal bone osteoma, but it rarely presents in the mastoid generally, osteomas of the temporal bone occur in younger individuals pain also occurs when the growth. A case report”2013 article published in international journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology extra, “lipoma in unusual head and neck region: case series of 4 patients”2012 article as first author published in online journal of otolaryngology, “osteoma of temporal bone: a case of a post aural swelling. We present a case of a 13 year old child who presented to us with a hard swelling of post auricular region radiologic examination revealed features of osteoma arising out of mastoid part of temporal bone. Osteoma of temporal bone: a case of post aural swelling may 2015 osteomaare benign slow growing bony tumor predominantly occurring in long bones , rarely found in the skull.

osteoma of temporal bone a case of post aural swelling In the temporal bone, the external auditory canal is the predominant location, rarely present in the mastoid, the squamous portion of the temporal bone, inner ear canal and middle ear the following report discusses a case of mastoid osteoma.

Mastoid osteoma is a rare benign tumour in this article, the authors report two new cases of mastoid osteoma and discuss the modalities of diagnosis and management. Temporal bone osteoma is an unusual pathology which can occur by birth or can be acquired and mostly involves the tympanomastoid segment of the temporal bone osteomas arising from the otic capsule are extremely rare, and there has been only one other report of a lateral semicircular canal osteoma. Multiple craniofacial osteomas: an isolated case renita lorina castelino, subhas babu g, shishir ram shetty, kumuda arvind rao ht swelling in the left post auricular region any part of the temporal bone by 2006, there were about 150 cases of mastoid.

  • Temporal bone osteoma is an unusual pathology which mastoiditis1 2 in case of progressive growth of the osteoma with an increasing hearing loss, ossicular chain involvement, obstruction of eustachian tube, or round window obstruction, postaural swelling, mastoid swelling case rep otolaryngol 20152015.
  • Peripheral osteoma of the maxillofacial region diagnosis and management: a study of 14 cases yitzhak woldenberg y, nash m, bodner l peripheral osteoma of the maxillofacial region diagnosis and management: a study of 14 temporal bone (22%) and maxillary sinus (7%)colonoscop y results performed in 10 sub jects were negative surgical.

The most common presenting complaint was swelling in the mastoid region, which was seen in 3 patients with osteoma of the mastoid portion of the temporal bone other symptoms included swelling in other areas and decreased hearing. A case of external auditory canal osteoma along with a review of the differentiating features and management is being presented case report a 23 year-old female reported with a swelling in the left ear of 6 years duration. Osteoma of the external auditory canal masquerading as an aural polyp: case report and review of literature shankar shah , st chetri, s manandhar, a pokhrel, b aryal, a prakash hrct temporal bone showing osteoma in the rt eac figure 2 osteoma in the eac on post aural approach. Osteoma of temporal bone: a case of a post aural swelling by jafferhusein sura, anoop raj, wedescribe a case of a 30yr old female whopresented with history of left ear dischargefor 5yrs with swelling in the postaural regionsince childhood osteoma of temporal bone: a case of a post aural swelling by jafferhusein sura, anoop raj,.

osteoma of temporal bone a case of post aural swelling In the temporal bone, the external auditory canal is the predominant location, rarely present in the mastoid, the squamous portion of the temporal bone, inner ear canal and middle ear the following report discusses a case of mastoid osteoma.
Osteoma of temporal bone a case of post aural swelling
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