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C.S.F. Otorrhoea with cholesteatoma ear

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A case of C.S.F. Otorrhoea due to cholesteatomatous destruction of middle cranial fossa dura is reported and literature reviewed in brief.

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Saharia, P.S., Gupta, K.R. & Kakar, P.K. C.S.F. Otorrhoea with cholesteatoma ear. Ind. J. Otol 24, 176–177 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02992742

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  • Cholesteatoma
  • Chronic Suppurative Otitis Medium
  • Suppurative Otitis Medium
  • Mastoid Cavity
  • Internal Auditary Meatus