My mother was diagnosed to have cholestiatoma. She was then operated for that condition. 1 wk after, she was diagnosed to have an encephalocoele thru tegmen tymphani. How bad is this?What medical management would be appropriate fore this present condition?How about her prognosis? Is she prone from any infection..please enlighten me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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