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“Evaluation of Aural Fullness” Brian Blakley, Magaret Aron

Abstract

Learning Objectives:

After this presentation the participant will:

  1. Understand the variety of causes of aural fullness and,
  2. Be able to extract clinical features on both history and physical exam of classic as well as less typical causes of aural fullness.

 

Aural fullness can be a confusing symptom for otolaryngologists and patients.  While there is often a proximate cause, many patients present without other local symptoms or varying degrees of anxiety.  Consideration of the array of diagnostic possibilities almost always results in a supported diagnosis and, therefore, possible treatment.

 

This workshop will review the standard evaluation of this symptom and also discuss clinical tips and tricks, the under-appreciated findings and possible diagnosis of systemic illness that commonly manifests as aural fullness.  The emphasis in this presentation is on practical, clinical diagnostic pearls.

Learning Objectives

After this presentation the participant will:

  1. Understand the variety of causes of aural fullness and,
  2. Be able to extract clinical features on both history and physical exam of classic as well as less typical causes of aural fullness.

 

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Scheduling Details

This 45 minute presentation is scheduled to take place on June 2, 2019 at 14:20 in the Salon 8.

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Corresponding Author: Dr. Brian Blakley

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