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Experiments in Rhinology & Otolaryngology

George MV*

  • Open or Close Shahpour Kouhpaei*

    Department of ENT, Jubilee Mission Medical College, India

    *Corresponding author: George MV, Department of ENT, Jubilee Mission Medical College, India

Submission: July 24, 2018;Published: August 06, 2018

Volume2 Issue1
August 2018


Mastoid cavities drain postoperatively occasionally. It may be due to multiple problems like high facial nerve ridge, A deep slump in the mastoid tip, Narrow meatoplasty, Uneven cavity, Residual disease. Here are some suggestions from my side to avoid these problems.

Keywords: Mastoid cavity problems; Facial ridge; Meatoplasty; Residual disease

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