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surgical removal of the stapes of the middle ear

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More important, he expressed interest in the possibility of surgical treatment of the otosclerosis in his right ear, which would be possible only if he gained sufficient hearing in his deaf left ear to accept the small risk of deafness associated with stapedectomy surgery in his right hearing ear.
Patients were satisfied with the outcome and hearing benefits of stapedectomy or stapedotomy which, in experienced hands and appropriate patient selection, is safe and effective, with a success rate of more than 90%.
In an operation called a stapedectomy, a surgeon (otolaryngologist or otologist) bypasses the diseased bone with a prosthetic device that allows sound waves to be passed to the inner ear.
Inclusion criteria were a primary stapedectomy or stapedotomy that was performed by an experienced surgeon and a chart that contained all the clinical, surgical, and audiologic information.
HELP I WOULD like to hear from anyone who has had a fenestration or stapedectomy ear operation in the 1940s.
1-3) These finding are in contrast to those found when examining taste disturbance after stapedectomy, in which cutting of the nerve was found to cause significantly greater symptoms than manipulation alone.
2) These patients were treated by stapedotomy or partial stapedectomy.
A 56-year-old man presented with left otalgia and otorrhea 5 weeks after right (contralateral) total stapedectomy with oval window graft, tympanoplasty, and myringotomy tube placement.
Luc Bron, the initial cases of head and neck tumor resection, laryngology and otologic stapedectomy were very successful.
Technical refinements and precautions during ionomeric cement reconstruction of incus erosion during revision stapedectomy.
These characteristics make the CO2 laser a highly desirable tool in stapedectomy procedures.
Delayed facial palsy following uncomplicated stapedectomy.
This is the fifth installment in a series of CLINICAL NUGGETS on stapedectomy and revision stapedectomy.
The patient was deemed a candidate for stapedectomy of her left ear, and the diagnosis of otosclerosis was confirmed intraoperatively.
This is the fourth installment in a series of CLINICAL NUGGETS on stapedectomy and revision stapedectomy.