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  • Pediatric partial gelfoam myringoplasty with ventilation tube placement. [Journal Article]
    Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2019; 126:109632Belsky MA, Jabbour N
  • CONCLUSIONS: A partial myringoplasty is a simple procedure to close existing TM perforations while maintaining ventilation to the middle ear that can potentially improve hearing, provide ongoing ventilation, and eventually result in TM closure without the need for more complex repair. It may serve as a reasonable first line treatment for repair of perforations, reserving tympanoplasty for patients who fail this procedure.
  • Pediatric ear foreign body retrieval: A comparison across specialties. [Journal Article]
    Am J Otolaryngol 2019Mingo K, Eleff D, … Osborne K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pediatric ear foreign body presentation is common. Repeated attempts at removal are associated with higher rates of minor complications and operative intervention. Early consultation to otolaryngology should be considered if the foreign body is deemed difficult to grasp such as a bead or stone, especially if the patient is age five or younger.
  • Strain distribution in rabbit eardrums under static pressure. [Journal Article]
    Hear Res 2019; 381:107772Gladiné K, Dirckx JJJ
  • Full-field strain maps of intact rabbit eardrums subjected to static pressures are presented. A stochastic intensity pattern was applied to 12 eardrums, and strain maps were measured at the medial site using a stereoscopic digital image correlation setup for pressures between -2 and 2 kPa. Ear canal overpressures induced circumferential orientated positive strains between manubrium and the eardru…
  • Endoscopic stapedotomy: a comparison between 4 mm and 3 mm nasal endoscope. [Journal Article]
    Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 2019Pradhan P, Preetam C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Both 3 mm and 4 mm nasal endoscopes can be successfully used in the endoscopic stapedotomy providing a parallel visual field. Although, comparable results can be obtained in preserving the chorda tympani nerve, tympanic membrane, facial nerve, and postoperative giddiness including the audiological outcomes, the requirement of the canaloplasty and curettage of posterior bony canal can be significantly reduced in patients operated with 3 mm nasal endoscope, especially in patients with narrow/over angulated external auditory canal.
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