COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF AUTOTRANSPLANTANT IN TYMPANOPLASTY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OTITIS MEDIA AND IT’S COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY DIAGNOSTICS
The purpose of the work: A comparative description of the results of type I-III tympanoplasty and the study of the characteristics of multispiral computed tomography (MSCT) in chronic otitis media. Materials and methods There was hold an analyze of 204 medical records of patients who were hospitalized in the ENT department of the Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute at the age from 10 to 50 with chronic otitis media (COM) before and after surgical treatment in tympanoplasty of type I-III. Results of the analysis of audiological data (after 2 years), 97,1% of Hearing Improvement function was revealed in patients of the Group I, 92,5% of improvement in patients of the Group II and 89,7% in Group III. The results obtained indicate that the widespread use of automaterial (perichondrium with cartilage) in in tympanoplasty of type I-III will improve the quality of surgical indicators. The use of multispiral computed tomography (MSCT) of the temporalis bones provides new opportunities for the diagnostics of COM and helps the surgeon to accurately identify the operation.