Transcript of "Congenital Cholesteatoma ESPO Paris"
www.orl-marseille.com Congenital middle ear cholesteatomas in childrenA Abbas, R Nicollas, I Sudre, H Belaïche, S Roman, JM Triglia Dr Ali ABBAS Pediatric ENT department Timone Children Hospital Marseille France 20/06/2006
Why? Problem: early diagnosis Comparative study with acquired cholesteatoma in children Objective: to determine criterias allowing earlier diagnosis
Material and methods Monocentric and comparative prospective study from 1994 to 2005, n = 322 cases of cholesteatoma in children Mean follow-up = 48 months Canal wall up procedureCongenital cholesteatoma Acquired cholesteatoma n=61 n=2614 bilateral cases 14 bilateral casesMean age: 6 years [1,1 to 13,9] Mean age: 10 years [3,4 to 18]Gender: 59% boys gender: 62% boys
Results Clinical n=61 otalgia non symptomaticserous otitis media 13% 9% 31% 24% 23% deafness otorrhea