KBB-Forum 2008 , Cilt 7, Sayı 1


Dr. Baran ACAR, Dr. Mehmet Ali BABADEMEZ, Dr. Hayriye KARABULUT, Dr. Selahattin GENÇ, Dr. Rıza Murat KARAŞEN
Keçiören Eğitim ve Araştırma Hastanesi, KBB Kliniği, Ankara, Türkiye In clinical practice, otolaryngologists come across a large number of patients with an itching sensation in the external ear canal. Despite the fact that the patients are rule out whose treatment and convincing are difficult in clinical practice. The disorders had affected males as a general rule. The persistently itch ear canal, often presenting no obvıous pathology. Most otolaryngologists probably treat pruritic EACs with various treatments that have been found to be successful. Although the use of this medications are inefficient in some patients. Treatment failure, repetitive application are boring case for both the patients and doctors.To our knowledge, there has been few studies concerning İsolated Pruritic External Auditory Canals ın the literature thus far. We observed pathology, possible etiology, currently medications, alternative medications ın this review. Keywords : External auditory canals, refracter, itching