Cholesteatoma is a destructive and expanding growth consisting of keratinizing
squamous epithelium in the middle ear and/or mastoid process. Although ...
An abnormal skin growth in the middle ear behind the eardrum is called
cholesteatoma. Repeated infections and/or a tear or pulling inward of the
eardrum can ...
Sep 18, 2012 ... A cholesteatoma is a non-cancerous skin cyst that develops in the middle section
of your ear. It may be congenital-meaning that you were born ...
Cholesteatoma is abnormal skin cells in your ear. Find out how to diagnose
Cholesteatoma and about treating Cholesteatoma.
Cholesteatoma is a unique disease of your ear in which a skin cyst grows into
the middle ear and mastoid. The cyst is not cancerous but can erode tissue and ...
Cholesteatoma is a type of skin cyst located in the middle ear.
A cholesteatoma is an uncommon abnormal collection of skin cells inside your
Cholesteatoma. WHAT IS A CHOLESTEATOMA? Cholesteatoma is a growth of
skin cells occurring behind the ear drum that causes damage to the ear drum ...
Cholesteatoma is usually an ear infection with discharge, common signs include
repeated infections despite treatment and a bad odor emanating from the ear.
A cholesteatoma (ko-less'-tee-a-toe-ma) is rare, especially in children. Typically,
it is a growth in the middle ear, in just one ear but it is possible for it to affect ...