Objective: the eustachian tube is more complicated in the body tissues and organs of the anatomy of the hidden location, physiological funct
Objective: the eustachian tube is more complicated in the body tissues and organs of the anatomy of the hidden location, physiological function is not fully understood. Eustachian tube dysfunction is common in clinic, caused by Eustachian tube dysfunction of SOM is a major cause of hearing loss in children. This paper on the possible existence of eustachian tube dysfunction patients and SOM patients with pure tone audiometry, acoustic immittance, electronic nasopharyngoscope examination results were analyzed to further clarify the clinical audiological features of eustachian tube dysfunction and morphological characteristics of the pathological state of pharyngeal ostium of eustachian tube, and a comprehensive evaluation of the eustachian tube dysfunction and its related diseases, to further explore the pathogenesis eustachian tube dysfunction and clinically accurate and timely diagnosis and treatment to provide a theoretical basis for. Methods: 15 cases of children with chronic rhinitis and 20 cases of children with chronic sinusitis, 20 cases of children with adenoidal hypertrophy patients, 20 cases of children with SOM and 20 cases of adult patients with chronic sinusitis, 20 cases of nasal polyps, 20 cases of adult patients with adult patients, 20 cases of allergic rhinitis SOM adult patients were routine pure tone test listening, acoustic immittance, electronic epipharyngoscope examination, and 30 cases compared with the case group no age and gender differences in healthy children and 50 healthy adults were compared with the case group had no difference in age and sex were compared, record data, statistical analysis. In addition, the children's adenoid hypertrophy group and adult nasal polyps group after half a year of review, the relevant data recorded and compared with preoperative, statistical analysis. Conclusion: 1 patients without ear fullness, tinnitus, hearing loss and other symptoms do not represent the normal eustachian tube function, common sinonasal and nasopharyngeal diseases such as allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps, adenoid hypertrophy in children and other patients should be related audiology in order to understand the function of eustachian tube. 2 children with adenoid hypertrophy, sinusitis and adult sinusitis and nasal polyps, allergic rhinitis nasal physiological change will cause eustachian tube dysfunction caused by middle ear disease incidence was significantly increased compared with normal group. 3 different pathological changes of the pharyngeal ostium of the eustachian tube is one of the important factors in children's development of SOM; pharyngeal ostium of eustachian tube in adults in the occurrence and development of SOM has a close relationship. 4 human surgical intervention in children with adenoid hypertrophy were different degree improve the children's hearing, improve the function of middle ear, so the adenoid hypertrophy caused by Eustachian tube dysfunction in children with secretory otitis media, should actively adopt the operation mode, the best time to avoid missing treatment. 5 adult human nasal polyp cases surgical intervention, can different degree improve the hearing of patients, improve the function of middle ear, pharyngeal ostium of eustachian tube right direction, so the nasal polyps caused by Eustachian tube dysfunction caused by patients with secretory otitis media, should adopt the operation mode actively, improve the quality of patients' living.
Author Huang An professional otolaryngology conferred a master's degree granting units Shanxi Medical University tutor Wang Jianming degree annual 2008 keywords eustachian tube dysfunction in pure tone test immittance electro epipharyngoscope examination of chronic rhinitis, R764.29