Mellemørekolesteatom og otoskopi i almen praksis

Translated title of the contribution: Middle-ear cholesteatoma and otoscopy in primary care

Rasmus Eid Callesen, Ulrik Ascanius Felding, Malene Kirchmann


Middle-ear cholesteatoma is a serious illness of the ear, which untreated can often lead to serious complications. The treatment is always surgical. The operation focuses on removing the cholesteatoma and repairing damaged structures like the ossicular chain. It is of utmost importance, that primary care physicians maintain a high suspicion for the presence of cholesteatoma. The most accessible tool is otoscopy. This review gives an overview of symptoms, signs in otoscopy and treatment modalities of cholesteatoma patients in Denmark.

Translated title of the contributionMiddle-ear cholesteatoma and otoscopy in primary care
Original languageDanish
Article numberV09200687
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jan 2021


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