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COMCommercial (Internet top level domain)
COMCommon
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COMCommand (File Name Extension)
COMComponent Object Model (Microsoft)
COMComponent Oriented Middleware
COMComplete (railroads)
COMCommunity
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COMCommander (US DoD)
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COMCenter Of Mass
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COMChief of Mission
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COMComedy
COMComoros (ISO Country code)
COMChain of Memories (Kingdom Hearts video game)
COMCommission On Ministry
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COMCollege of Marin
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COMCollege of the Mainland (Texas City, Texas)
COMCouncil of Management (UK)
COMCaptain of Marines
COMContamination Monitor
COMComma
COMCreepy Old Man
COMColloidal Organic Matter
COMCollege of Osteopathic Medicine
COMComputer Output Microfiche
COMContinuous Opacity Monitor (environment)
COMChronic Otitis Media
COMCount on Me
COMCommutator (part of an electric motor)
COMContrat d'Objectifs et de Moyens (French: Contract Objectives and Means)
COMCollectivité d'Outre-Mer (French: Overseas Communities)
COMCookie of the Month (various companies)
COMCalcium Oxalate Monohydrate
COMCulture, Organization and Management
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COMCentre d'Océanologie de Marseille (French: Oceanology Center of Marseilles; Marseilles, France)
COMChosen of Mystra (gaming)
COMCampers on Mission
COMComponent Object Model
COMCommand
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COMCentre of Motion
COMCorporate Online Management
COMComputer Output Microfilm
COMComputing
COMComputer on Module
COMCenter Operator Manual
COMCompany Operations Manual
COMCouncil of Mages (game)
COMContinuation Of Message (ATMF)
COMComponent Object Module
COMCrown of Might (game)
COMCorporal of Marines
COMColonel of Marines
COMCírculo de Oficiales de Mar (Argentina)
COMCouncil On Ministry (United Methodist Church)
COMCommissioned Officers Mess
COMCoal-Oil Mixture
COMCommodity Options Market
COMCollection Operations Management
COMComputer Operations Manual
COMCentral Office Module
COMCoupling-Of-Mode
COMCommission on Overseas Mission
COMCockpit Operating Manual
COMConventiei Organizatiilor de Media (Romanian)
COMCharacter-Oriented Message
COMCowl of Mortality (gaming)
COMChange Order Master
COMCountry of Origin Minimum Check (city/airport code)
COMCommissary Operating Manual
COMChurch of Miho (Megatokyo religion)
COMCustomer's Own Merchandise
COMClient-Owned Material
COMCrystallographic Orientation Matrix
COMComputer-Output Microfilm/Microform
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Only 4% of the 222 infants with recurrent acute otitis media developed chronic otitis media with effusion and an additional 12% continued having recurrent episodes.
Otogenic lateral sinus thrombosis (LST) is a rare and serious intracranial complication of acute or chronic otitis media.
3,4] Cortical mastoidectomy in management of chronic otitis media prior to graft application has been shown to be associated with higher success rates.
Chronic otitis media results from long-term Eustachian tube dysfunction with a poorly aerated middle-ear space, multiple bouts of acute otitis media, persistent middle-ear infection, allergy or other chronic inflammatory stimulus.
Chronic otitis media is generally associated with some degree of hearing loss, which is often the patient's chief complaint.
Microbiology and drug sensitivity patterns of chronic otitis media.
Fireman et al emphasised chronic otitis media as a multifactorial disease affected by nasal and paranasal sinus abnormalities.
Tissue specimens from granulation tissue for histology and culture should be obtained in cases of chronic otitis media unresponsive to conventional antibiotic therapy.
13) at Department of ENT, Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur, India, was conducted wherein distribution of sinonasal disease was studied in all 200 patients and concluded that sinonasal disease is the most common cause for the persistence of ear symptoms in chronic otitis media and supported by their improvement after treating the sinonasal pathology.
Approximately 8 years earlier, he had undergone placement of bilateral ventilation tubes to treat the chronic otitis media with effusion, and he experienced a subsequent resolution of symptoms and restoration of his hearing.
We describe the case of a 50-year-old woman who presented with left-sided chronic otitis media that had persisted for more than I year.
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