ENT OSCE Cases that cover the otology curriculum to ensure you are well prepared for your MRCS (ENT) practical stations.
Myringotomy with grommet insertion is performed to treat middle ear conditions such as chronic otitis media or persistent fluid accumulation. It involves creating a small incision in the eardrum and inserting a ventilation tube to facilitate drainage and prevent fluid buildup.
Stapedectomy is a surgical procedure designed to address conductive hearing loss caused by otosclerosis. The procedure involves removing the fixed stapes bone in the middle ear and replacing it with a prosthesis to restore sound transmission and improve hearing.
Tympanoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at repairing a perforated eardrum (tympanic membrane) or addressing middle ear conditions. The surgery involves grafting tissue onto the perforation to restore the integrity of the eardrum.
Mastoidectomy is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of infected or damaged mastoid air cells, often performed to treat chronic ear conditions such as chronic otitis media or cholesteatoma. The surgery aims to improve ear health, prevent complications, and restore hearing.