Objective: To identify epidemiological and pathophysiological factors, and treatment strategies, in external auditory canal cholesteatoma and benign necrotising otitis externa. Methods: A retrospective case study was conducted of patients suffering from external auditory canal cholesteatoma and benign necrotising otitis externa admitted to tertiary hospitals, in the Capital Region of Denmark, over a five-year period. Results: Eighty-three patients 95 ears with external auditory canal cholesteatoma or benign necrotising otitis externa were identified. A minimum incidence rate of 0.
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