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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KEYWORDS: Chronic suppurative otitis media, Depression, Hearing loss, Pure tone audiometry.
OC involvement is more common in cholesteatoma, but its prevalence in chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) without cholesteatoma can also be estimated even up to 33% [1].
Development and administration of Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media Questionnaire-12 (COMQ-12) and Chronic Otitis Media Outcome Test-15 (COMOT-15) in Kannada.
The disorder is classified into acute otitis media (AOM) or the more chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM).
Antibiotics for the prevention of acute and chronic suppurative otitis media in children [review].
Allergic rhinitis was seen in 10.4% cases, epistaxis in 7.4% and chronic suppurative otitis media in 6.4% cases.
The authors concluded that the type of mastoid surgery (CWU and CWD) did not affect the hearing results of chronic suppurative otitis media patients [6, 7].
Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is a common condition affecting ears and affects more children than adults [1] although the disease may affect a child and persist into adulthood if left untreated [2].
We present and discuss a case of CSS secondary to middle ear infection in an elderly diabetic patient who had a cotton swab retained in an ear with chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM).
Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is a common condition in developing countries and in original populations such as the Inuit (1).
Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is one of the most common ear diseases in the South East Asia having a prevalence of approximately 5.2% in the general population.
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