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Ear Cholesteatoma surgery in Ambala | बहते कान का इलाज़

Ear Cholesteatoma Treatment in Ambala

Are you looking for Ear Cholesteatoma Treatment in Ambala? If yes you are at right place. Sri Onkar Eye & ENT Care centre offers best Ear Cholesteatoma Treatment in Ambala.

कान की बनावट का आधार है टेम्पोरल हड्डी। इससे जुुड़ा होता है कान का बाहरी हिस्सा, कान की नली व पर्दा, सुनने की तीन हड्डियां। इनमें रुकावट आने पर सुनाई देने में कमी, हल्का दर्द या मवाद, कॉलेस्टेटोमा(Ear Cholesteatoma) रोग का कारण बनती हैं।

प्रमुख जांचें –
कान का परीक्षण व रेडियोलॉजिकल एग्जामिनेशन के तौर पर एक्सरे, सीटी स्कैन, एमआरआई करते हैं। ऑडियोलॉजिकल चेकअप के तहत ऑडियोमेट्री, टेम्पेनोमेट्री, बेरा (ब्रेन इवोक्ड रेस्पॉन्स ऑडियोमेट्री) और ओएई टैस्ट करते हैं।

ऐसे बनती परेशानी –
जन्मजात कान की नली का बंद होना (ट्रेसिया) या इसमें फोड़ा, वैक्स जमा होना, कान की हड्डी में ट्यूमर, पर्दे में छेद या इसके पीछे पानी या मवाद भरना, संक्रमण से यूस्टेशियन ट्यूब के जरिए कान में मवाद भरने पर दबाव बढऩे से पर्दे में छेद होकर कान बहता है। कई बार ट्यूब में रुकावट से भी पर्दा अंदर की ओर धंसने लगता है। जिनमें एडेनॉइड्स, लंबे समय तक साइनस, यूस्टेशियन ट्यूब में ब्लॉकेज हो तो इस रोग की आशंका ज्यादा रहती है।

ऐसे बनती परेशानी –
पर्दे में छेद या टॉन्सिल्स व एडेनॉइड्स बढ़े हुए हैं या साइनस व एलर्जी की परेशानी है तो इनका इलाज पहले लें। कान का पर्दा धंसा हो तो ग्लोमेट ट्यूब डालते हैं। गंभीर स्थिति में सर्जरी करते हैं।

इससे दिमाग के ऊपरी हिस्से में झिल्ली पर असर होता है और मेनिनजाइटिस रोग हो जाता है। कई मामलों में कान के पीछे त्वचा के गलने से इसमें छेद हो जाता है जिससे मवाद बाहर आ सकता है।

ध्यान रखें-
सर्जरी के बाद कान में पानी न जाने दें व बार-बार जुकाम, खांसी को नजरअंदाज न करें।

What is Cholesteatoma?

A cholesteatoma is an abnormal, noncancerous skin growth that can develop in the middle section of your ear, behind the eardrum. It may be a birth defect, but it’s most commonly caused by repeated middle ear infections.

A cholesteatoma often develops as a cyst, or sac, that sheds layers of old skin. As these dead skin cells accumulate, the growth can increase in size and destroy the delicate bones of the middle ear. This may affect hearing, balance, and the function of facial muscles.

What causes a Cholesteatoma?

Besides repeated infections, a cholesteatoma may also be caused by a poorly functioning eustachian tube, which is the tube that leads from the back of the nose to the middle of the ear.

The eustachian tube allows air to flow through the ear and equalize ear pressure. It may not work properly due to any of the following:

  • chronic ear infections
  • sinus infections
  • colds
  • allergies

If your eustachian tube isn’t working correctly, a partial vacuum might occur in your middle ear. This may cause a section of your eardrum to be pulled into the middle ear, creating a cyst that can turn into a cholesteatoma. The growth then becomes larger as it fills with old skin cells, fluids, and other waste materials.

Cholesteatoma in children

In very rare cases, a baby may be born with a cholesteatoma. This is considered a birth defect. Congenital cholesteatomas can form in the middle ear or in other areas of the ear.

In cases where children acquire ear infections repeatedly early in life, it is possible that cholesteatomas can develop from a young age.

What are the symptoms of a cholesteatoma?

The symptoms associated with a cholesteatoma typically start out mild. They become more severe as the cyst grows larger and begins to cause problems within your ear.

Initially, the affected ear may drain a foul-smelling fluid. As the cyst grows, it will begin to create a sense of pressure in your ear, which may cause some discomfort. You might also feel an aching pain in or behind your ear. The pressure of the growing cyst may even cause hearing loss in the affected ear.

Call your doctor right away if you’re having any of these symptoms. Vertigo, facial muscle paralysis and permanent hearing loss can occur if the cyst continues to grow unchecked.

What are the potential complications of a cholesteatoma?

When left untreated, a cholesteatoma will grow larger and cause complications that range from mild to very severe.

The dead skin cells that accumulate in the ear provide an ideal environment for bacteria and fungus to thrive. This means the cyst can become infected, causing inflammation and continual ear drainage.

Over time, a cholesteatoma may also destroy the surrounding bone. It can damage the eardrum, the bones inside the ear, the bones near the brain, and the nerves of the face. Permanent hearing loss may occur if the bones within the ear are broken.

The cyst may even spread into the face if it continues to grow, causing facial weakness.

Other potential complications include:

  • chronic infection of the ear
  • swelling of the inner ear
  • paralysis of the facial muscles
  • meningitis, which is a life-threatening brain infection
  • brain abscesses, or collections of pus in the brain

How is a cholesteatoma diagnosed?

To determine whether you have a cholesteatoma, your doctor will examine the inside of your ear using an otoscope. This medical device allows your doctor to see if there are signs of a growing cyst. Specifically, they will look for a visible deposit of skin cells or a large mass of blood vessels in the ear.

Your doctor may need to order a CT scan if there are no obvious signs of a cholesteatoma. A CT scan might also be ordered if you’re showing certain symptoms, such as dizziness and facial muscle weakness. A CT scan is a painless imaging test that captures images from a cross-section of your body. The scan allows your doctor to see inside your ear and skull. This can help them better visualize the cyst or rule out other possible causes of your symptoms.

What is the treatment of cholesteatoma?

Generally speaking, the only way to treat a cholesteatoma is to have it surgically removed. The cyst must be removed to prevent the complications that can occur if it grows larger. Cholesteatomas don’t go away naturally. They usually continue to grow and cause additional problems.

Once a cholesteatoma has been diagnosed, a regimen of antibiotics, ear drops, and careful cleaning of the ear will most likely be prescribed to treat the infected cyst, reduce inflammation, and drain the ear. Your medical professional will then be able to better analyze the growth traits of the cyst and make a plan for surgical removal.

In most cases, the surgery is an outpatient procedure. This means that you don’t have to stay in the hospital after the procedure. A hospital stay is only necessary if the cyst is very large or if you have a serious infection. The surgery is done under general anesthesia. After the initial surgery to remove the cyst, follow-up surgery to reconstruct any damaged portions of the inner ear and make sure that the cyst has been completely removed is often necessary.

Once the cholesteatoma is removed, you’ll need to attend follow-up appointments to evaluate results and ensure the cyst hasn’t come back. If the cyst broke any bones in your ear, you’ll need a second surgery to repair them.

After surgery, some people experience temporary dizziness or taste abnormalities. These side effects almost always resolve themselves within a few days.

Why to choose Sri Onkar Eye & ENT Care Centre for cholesteatoma treatment?

Sri Onkar Eye & ENT Care Centre is equipped with state of the art technology. We do have to date modern instruments that help to get more precise results. Our chief surgeon Dr. Rishi Gautam Aggarwal has 16+ years experience and handle hundreds of cholesteatoma cases every year. With the grace of God so far we have excellent results in this surgery.

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