External Auditory Canal Osteoma: A Case Report


Authors : DR.P. HIMA SREENIDHI; DR.G. SIVA PRASAD

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 1 - January

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7554340

EAC osteomas are rare, benign, unilateral, solitary tumour, which are slow growing. usually asymptomatic and are found incidentally. But they rarely present with conductive hearing loss, otalgia, mass, aural fullness, tinnitus in large lesion completely occluding the EAC. Diagnosis is based on clinical examination, radiographic imaging, and histopathology. They are often confused with EAC exostosis and must be differentiated from EAC osteomas. We present a case of 28yrs old male patient presented to ENT Department with complaints of mass in the right external auditory canal for 1 year and decreased hearing and blocking sensation in the right ear during the last 3 months. After examination and imaging, it was diagnosed as right EAC osteoma. surgical excision via post auricular approach was done

Keywords : Osteoma, EAC, Exostosis.

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