ICM: Test 2
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Unilateral ear deformity
associated with renal lesions on ipsilateral side
Ear creases are associated with
Skin vesicles associated with
Ramsey Hunt Syndrome (Herpes Zoster)
Weaking ear lobe
Otitis externa (swimmer's ear)
- Foul smelling (pseudomonas)
Red, bulging tympanic membrane
Acute otitis media
Bubbles or meniscus
Associated with basilar skull fracture
Early TM perforations involving the annulus predispose to
Causes of Nonotologic Otalgia
- Trauma, inflmmation, tumor
Evaluation of tinnitus. Qualitative or quantitative?
Tuning fork placed on forehead with fork pointing straight. Patient asked which ear sound is louder.
Struck tuning fork placed on mastoid prominence until sound disappears. Immediately place fork close to ipsilaterla ear to see if sound is still present.
- Rinne Test
- Compares air conduction with bone conduction
Compares patient to normal bone conduction.
Useful to check fo rfistulas through horizontal semicircular canal and/or Eustacean tube dysfunction.
If fistua is present, patient will devleop?
- Politzer Maneuver
Rhinophyma is associated with?
- acne rosacea
- alcohol ingestion
- basal cell carcinoma
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