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posted on 2021-06-25, 13:09 authored by Sanjay WoodhullSanjay Woodhull, Sharnya S Arunasalam

Otorrhea in preschool children is most often infective and benign in nature. Temporal bone tumours presenting with persistent otorrhea often have associated features such as raised intracranial pressure, temporal bone swelling and facial nerve palsy. We describe an infant with temporal bone Ewing sarcoma presenting with isolated chronic otorrhea and review the clinical features of the four commonest paediatric temporal bone tumours over the last 50 years.