Study Offers Hope In Prevention Of Facial Paralysis
...hich cholesteatoma was diagnosed at the time of surgery. Facial nerve dehiscence was characterized as either present or absent in the tympanic and the mastoid
segments of the nerve. Dehiscence in the tympanic segment was then further characterized using the oval window and cochleariform process as landmarks....
Minimally Invasive Ear Implant Procedures Are Better
...ngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation.
Traditional cochlear implantation involved a large scalp flap, mastoidectomy (a surgical removal of the mastoid
air cells), posterior tympanotomy via the facial recess, creating an opening in the cochlea, and insertion of the electrode into the scala tympani.
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