1 ANATOMY, SEMIOLOGY EAR AND EXPLORATION. FUNCTION Eustachian tube. Clinical Embryology: malformations, semiotics and functional anatomy of the ear. Physical examination, otoscopic, radiological and functional.
2 HEARD PAINFUL. Inflammatory pathology of the external ear. Trauma: otohematoma. Other conditions such as skin disorders: perniosis, herpes, eczema. Termporomaxilar joint dysfunction. reflex earache. Exostosis. benign and malignant tumors
3 HEARD festering. inflammatory pathology of acute and chronic middle ear and its complications. noninflammatory processes temporary.
4 Is HEARD hard of hearing. Classification of hearing loss. Hearing loss transmission: otosclerosis, tympanosclerosis, adhesive otitis, postotíticas sequelae. sensorineural hearing loss: acute and chronic acoustic trauma, ototoxic, presbycusis, sudden deafness, schwannoma of the eighth pair. Basis of treatment.
5 How EARLY DETECTION OF HEARING LOSS. Etiopathogenesis. Diagnosis and treatment: implants
6 Is TREATMENT deafness. Hearing loss of the external, middle and inner ear. Treatment Modalities
7 SYNDROME dizzying. Physiology and exploration of balance. Differences between central and peripheral vertigo. Peripheral vestibular syndromes: Meniere's disease, vestibular Neuronitis, BPPV, cerebellopontine angle tumor
8 Is FACIAL NERVE PATHOLOGY. Anatomy and functional examination of the facial nerve. Differences between central and peripheral paralysis. Bell's palsy, posttraumatic, postotíticas, tumor, iatrogenic. Other facial paralysis: Ramsay Hunt syndrome, Mel kersson-Rosenthal