Mastoid obliteration in cholesteatoma surgery tries to combine the advantages of two traditional surgical techniques: canal wall up, which keeps the posterior wall of the outer ear canal intact, and canal wall down, in which the posterior wall is removed, and helps in reconstructing the posterior wall.
Articles tagged with "Cholesteatoma"
Intraoperative endoscopic surveillance was particularly useful in evaluating the epitympanum, mesotympanum, sinus tympani, and supratubal air cells.
Second-look procedures keeps overall recurrence from residual cholesteatoma rates similar to that of CWD procedures
Radiologists Hugh Curtin, MD and Caroline Robson, MBChB discuss indications for both CT and MRI imaging studies in the evaluation and management of otologic disease.
Are there any intraoperative findings that could determine whether a second look procedure should be performed in pediatric cholesteatoma surgery? Background: There is no clear consensus regarding the surgical management of […]