First, this is chronic suppurative otitis media, which needs surgery. Second, after the surgery, we also need to repair the perforation of the eardrum. Does this operation need to be done separately? Can't you finish it all at once?
Suffering from chronic suppurative otitis media attack, mastoid CT shows that the density of mastoid on the affected side is increased and there is tympanic membrane perforation, which needs surgical treatment. During the operation, open the pathological mastoid cavity, explore the activity of ossicular chain and whether the eustachian tube is unobstructed. Tympanic membrane repair can be performed at the same time, generally without secondary operation.
If you suffer from chronic suppurative otitis media and the eardrum has the symptom of perforation, you should first go to the otolaryngology department of the hospital for examination and treatment in time. As for whether to choose surgical treatment, you have to decide according to the actual severity of the disease.
If you have a series of diseases such as chronic suppurative otitis media and eardrum perforation, you can be treated by surgery. Generally, if you do this kind of treatment, you can achieve a better treatment effect by choosing a local top three hospital. Generally, some anti-inflammatory treatment is adopted first, and then the operation is carried out.