PTZ’s Advent – Dec 2nd: Dr. J.’s “MMA”


PTZ’s 2012 ADVENT CALENDAR
December 2nd
BigTull Presents: Dr. Janakiram’s “MMA

The esteemed Dr. J. shows us another fascinating condition which requires his delicate and masterfully skilled talents to bring relief to this patient. MMA stands for “middle meatal antrostomy” – and is necessary to treat this woman’s case of osteomyelitis of the uncinate, which had her suffering from severe headaches for approx. 6 months. For more information on osteomyelitis… WIKI LINK: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteomyelitis! ENJOY!
-BT

*** WARNING ***
ENT Surgical Procedure!
~ Debris Due to Osteomyelitis Removed from Sinus Cavities ~
Viewer Discretion Is Advised
*** WARNING ***

RUNTIME: 2min 38sec


TITLE: “MMA”
YT INFO: Published on Nov 30, 2012 by ENTENCYCLOPEDIA

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24 Comments on “PTZ’s Advent – Dec 2nd: Dr. J.’s “MMA”

  1. justsqueezit says:

    Quite thoughtful of this lady to leave those bones out for easy removal. And yes, that was an interesting case. Nice find, BT.

  2. This woman was so lucky to be treated by such an amazing Doctor. Thanks for the new post, BigTull.

  3. Love Dr. J. Always shows something new and different.

  4. WOW……. LOOKS PAINFUL!!!!!

  5. This is also posted on the First Day of Advent post comments section on the PTZ Forum, but because it’s gotten some positive feedback, and to continue to get everyone in the mood for the season, here it is again.

    THE TWELVE DAYS OF CYST-MAS by Lou-Pus

    On the first day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the second day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the third day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the fourth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the fifth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the sixth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the seventh day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, seven bacne zits, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the eighth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, eight big nose blackheads, seven bacne zits, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the ninth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, nine scoops of earwax, eight big nose blackheads, seven bacne zits, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the tenth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, ten tonsil stones, nine scoops of earwax, eight big nose blackheads, seven bacne zits, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the eleventh day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, eleven solar comedones, ten tonsil stones, nine scoops of earwax, eight big nose blackheads, seven bacne zits, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    On the twelfth day of Cyst-mas, my true love gave to me, twelve mirror splats, eleven solar comedones, ten tonsil stones, nine scoops of earwax, eight big nose blackheads, seven bacne zits, six blisters oozing–five botfly larvae–four infected piercings, three spider bites, two ingrown toenails and a view into the extraction of her cyst.

    1. LOL! Brillant :)

  6. Them bones, them bones, them nose bones, that is the working of the Lord. LOL.

  7. Dr J never fails to amaze me. It was bizarre that the 1st piece of of bone was just sitting there-the patient almost could of blown their nose & it might of popped out (but it probably would of hurt!). Thanks for another great ENT post, Big Tull!

    1. I was thinking the same exact thing…

    2. YES! WHERE did the bone come?

  8. Wow….that sure was interesting. I wonder how those bones came loose and were just laying there?? Maybe from a previous accident?? Who Knows? Those bone pieces did look very brittle and pitted, at least to me. Oh by the way, I saw a video where Dr. J was talking about a patient and finally was able to put a face with the voice. I was surprised because for some reason I had it in my mind that he was an older gentleman….to me he looked (but remember, Im not too good at this) to be in his early to mid 30′s. I could be wrong about this, that was just my impression. Well, once again a BIG Thank You to Dr. J for showing us something new. That was a great video and as always, keep up the good work Dr. J…you are Loved and Respected here.

  9. A six month headache?! Oh, the horror! I had an 8 week headache before my migraines were diagnosed (including the day I made MrDrS an honest man.) But 6 months, that poor lady, she’s a trooper. I’m so glad she got to DrJ so he could help her out.

    Great find, as usual, BigTull! Thanks for posting it!

  10. Dr. J always amazing never fails!!!

  11. I’m thinking maybe she hit her nose or even got popped in the nose, I mean it’s gotta take some force to get pieces of bone in there…poor thing! Glad she got Dr. J!!!

  12. Pick_That_Puppy says:

    I think it was her “Wish Bone”……….

    1. LOL!!!!!!! Yikes however did she pull them apart?

  13. The human body never ceases to amaze me. It can produce such interesting anomalies that are often very easily rectified. Somtimes I wonder if these oddities occur just to keep our doctors on their toes and prevent them from becoming inattentive to what they do. When something like this is discovered, it makes them put their thinking caps on – pretty darn quick. Those docs that will share with us like Dr. J does, are the real heroes in my book. They allow us untrained but interested folks to continue learning and we certainly owe them a debt of gratitude.

  14. I can’t emazine the pain before the surgery,my god the blowing

    1. Exactly…can you imagine if she sneezed?

  15. great job BT. that is sooo bizarre. our friend dr. j never fails to amaze!

    1. Dr J was genuinely awestruck as we all.

  16. yankeedoodlepus says:

    I will NEVER complain of my sick headaches again. I have no right to.
    This woman deserves a medal.

  17. i missed watching dr. j so happy to see his video’s again all the fun goodness everytime amazing and the only dr. i would want doing anything like this to me lol great post and find BIGTULL missed you smooches hugs and audie bear loves

  18. How does that happen? Did she receive a blow to the nose perhaps that caused remnants of bone fragments to remain in the Maxillary Sinus which attributed to her facial pain and headaches. I shudder to think the pain she no doubt felt whenever she sneezed or blew her nose! the bone pieces had to have shift or move a little from the force. OW OW OW OUCH!!! Glad that they were found and removed finally, she must feel soooooo much better now.

    -10011

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