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By P. T. Wakode
A fantastically illustrated monograph with 163 coloured images, it really is one of many only a few books to target the ENT sufferer in scientific tools. Foreward through Prof. John Carruth of the collage of Southampton, uk - "This textbook is designed for undergraduate scholars and also will be of significant price to any health practitioner in any grade wishing to enhance his wisdom of scientific equipment in otolaryngology."
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Tuning fork tests 6. Examination of nose, nasopharynx Though this is not a part of ear examination, PNS, oral cavity and throat it should be carried out after ear examination 7. Examination of facial nerve 8. Examination of other cranial nerves. Described elsewhere. Examination of Pinna, Pre- and Post-aural Area (Figures 4-2 to 4-5) Pinna: Should be examined for any obvious abnormality in size, shape or position. g. Down’s syndrome. Shape: May be abnormal since birth or after surgery/trauma. Movements of pinna and tragus are very painful in cases of otitis externa.
A patient may have one or more than one symptoms mentioned above. Each symptom should be analysed minutely to get more insight into the patient’s problem. It is usually observed that a relative accompanying the patient starts giving information, which many of the times is not accurate. Hence, it is always better to elicit the history from the patient himself unless he is a child or unable to give history due to illness. Otorrhoea DURATION Patient should be asked How long he is suffering from the present complaint?
Deviation of angle of mouth: These two complaints are seen in any patient of facial nerve palsy and hence may be seen in patient who has developed 7th nerve palsy as a complication of SOM. Past History (History of Major Illnesses) History of tuberculosis/diabetes/hypertension/trauma/allergy should be asked. A patient of tuberculosis might have used ototoxic drugs for the treatment, resulting into hearing loss. Diabetes and hypertension do have an impact in the management of the patient and also cause changes in inner ear.