Bad Smell Inflammatory Ear Discharge May Be a Symptom of "Cholesteatoma"!



 
Cholesteatoma is a rare abnormal collection of skin cells in the ear. It behaves like a tumoral tissue and has features that can damage the bone tissue around it and the brain around it in time, brain, facial nerve. It is composed of skin cells, in the form of a trapped inflammatory ball. Cholesteatomas usually develop as cysts or pouches, while old skin layers accumulate in the middle ear. Over time, the cholesteatoma may increase in size and break down delicate bones in the middle ear, causing hearing loss.
 
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