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|FIGURE 1. 12-month-old girl with protrusion of the auricle and erythema and swelling in the left mastoid area.|
|FIGURE 2. Mastoiditis in a young boy with recurrent otitis media.|
Note the erythema and protrusion of the left ear.
|FIGURE 3. Picture of tympanic membrane with purulent effusion in a|
child about to undergo myringotomy with tube placement with coalescent mastoiditis.
|FIGURE 4. Computed tomography (CT) scan of the temporal bone|
showing localized bony destruction along the lateral margin (arrow) of
the left mastoid air cells.
|FIGURE 5. Computed tomography (CT) scan of the temporal bone|
showing prominent soft tissue thickening (arrow) overlying the posterior left temporal region with central abscess formation
|FIGURE 6. Chronic mastoiditis and cholesteatoma in 16 year-old.|
Note the soft tissue seen lling middle ear and mastoid (arrow) with
erosion of lateral mastoid cortical bone (arrowhead) and posterior
external auditory canal.
|FIGURE 23-7 This adolescent presented with headache and fever|
and was found to have a brain abscess, which was the result of chronic
otitis media and mastoiditis.
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