CSOM


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CSOMClient-Side Object Model (computing)
CSOMCarlson School of Management (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
CSOMCarroll School of Management (Boston College; Chestnut Hill, MA)
CSOMCenter for Sex Offender Management
CSOMColorx Static Object Model
CSOMChronic Suppurative Otitis Media (middle ear and mastoid cavity inflammation)
CSOMChristchurch School of Medicine (New Zealand)
CSOMCustomer Service Order Management (various organizations)
CSOMCanadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine
CSOMChronic Serous Otitis Media (middle ear infection)
CSOMComputer System Operator's Manual
CSOMComputer Software Operator's Manual
CSOMComputer Security Operations Manager
CSOMComputer Systems: Operation and Management (University College of the Cariboo)
CSOMCustomer Service Operations Manager
CSOMComputer Software Operation Manual
CSOMComputer System Operations Manager
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Risk factors such as socio-economical, duration of disease and occupational stress influence the characteristic audiologic alteration in the patients of CSOM and also contribute in depression.1,4 Sensonary or auditory modification such as higher bilateral auditory threshold, activation of auditory cortex may explore the sensory modulation for depression associated in conductive and sensoneural hearing loss in patients of CSOM.5,6 A very interesting study conducted on tinnitus patients with hearing loss to evaluate the co-morbidities of depression, stress and anxiety, taking depression, anxiety and stress scale (DASS) as tool to determine the correlation of depression, stress and anxiety with hearing loss in tinnitus patients.
Despite the various patterns of OC lesions in CSOM, also including the impaired mobility of the ossicles, reports usually focus on erosive damage.
In vitro test of the antibacterial effectiveness of tebel-tebelleaf extract (Hoya carnosa) on gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria causing benign type active CSOM. Udayana University.
Twenty four subjects were diagnosed to have left-sided Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM), 28 had right-sided CSOM and 12 patients had bilateral CSOM.
Middle Ear Surgery has made many advances in the last century, with tympanoplasty being the main surgical treatment for CSOM. It was first described by Ludwig Wullstein in 1956, and today otologists have developed multiple techniques for graft placement and graft material that can be used.
Sheri Csom, the new executive director for the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters, said the organization is pursuing an organized strategy focused on technology and new recruits.
CSOM is one of the most urgent problems of otorhinolaryngology because it is a significant part of the whole pathology of ear, nose and throat (ENT) organs, and ranks second in the structure of otorhinolaryngology morbidity.
The project has negotiated a fixed-fee O&M contract with CSOM, an experienced operator of PV facilities in Ontario, for a five-year term with a five-year extension option available to the project.
Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is a disease of multiple etiology and is well known for its persistence and recurrence, despite treatment.
The CSOM is predominantly a disease of the developing counties with the prevalence of 11%, whereas in developed countries it is lesser than 2% [3].
This may explain why SBO is not commonly seen in CSOM where chronic perforation of eardrums is the norm.
faecalis has been described in patients with CSOM (9), but for us, this observation was initially an enigma.