Chronic otomastoiditis with tympanosclerosis represents calcific foci within the middle ear or tympanic membrane secondary to suppurative chronic otomastoiditis.
Features include chronic otomastoidits findings such as middle ear soft tissue density and underpneumatised mastoid associated with calcifications. Common locations of calcifications include:
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