Otolaryngology

Otolaryngology

Coloured Atlas

Left Renal Cyst

Plain film AXR and CT. [Courtesy of Dr. N. Jaffer]

Left Renal Cyst

Cysts

Choroid Plexus Cyst (Courtesy of Dr. Seaward and Dr. Ryan, Mt Sinai Hospital)

Cysts

Cyst – US

Ultrasound of a large kidney cyst.

Cyst - US

Tonsillitis

Exudative Tonsillitis
Enlarged and inflamed tonsils with purulent exudate in a patient with mononucleosis. (Courtesy of Dr. A. Waitzman)

Tonsillitis

Tympanostomy Tube

Plastic tube placed in inferior portion of tympanic membrane. (Courtesy of Dr. M. Hawke)

Tympanostomy Tube

Perforated Tympanic

Perforated Tympanic Membrane
(Courtesy of Dr. M. Hawke)

Perforated Tympanic

Normal Tympanic

Normal Tympanic Membrane

Normal Tympanic

Sinusitis

Nasal Polyps
Grape-like swellings hanging down from the sinuses into the nose. They are thought to result from an inflammatory response within the sinus mucosa. (Courtesy of Dr. M. Carr)

Sinusitis

Serous Otitis Media

Air bubbles and serous fluid behind retracted amber tympanic membrane. (Courtesy of Dr. M. Hawke)

Serous Otitis Media

Acute Otitis Media

Bulging, hyperemic tympanic membrane with indistinct landmarks.

Acute Otitis Media

Vocal Cord – Polyps

Laryngoscopic Picture of a Vocal cord Polyp (Courtesy of Dr. J. Irish)

Vocal Cord - Polyps

Vocal Cord – Papilloma

Laryngoscopic Picture of a Vocal Cord Papilloma (Courtesy of Dr. J. Irish)

Vocal Cord - Papilloma

Vocal Cord – Nodule

Laryngoscopic Picture of a Vocal Cord Nodule (Courtesy of Dr. J. Irish)

Vocal Cord - Nodule

Normal Vocal Cords

Laryngoscopic Picture of Normal Vocal Cords (Courtesy of Dr. J. Irish)

Normal Vocal Cords