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  • Cretaceous fossil reveals a new pattern in mammalian middle ear evolution. [Journal Article]
    Nature 2019; 576(7785):102-105Wang H, Meng J, Wang Y
  • The evolution of the mammalian middle ear is thought to provide an example of 'recapitulation'-the theory that the present embryological development of a species reflects its evolutionary history. Accumulating data from both developmental biology and palaeontology have suggested that the transformation of post-dentary jaw elements into cranial ear bones occurred several times in mammals1,2. In ad…
  • Hearing Improvement After Type III Tympanoplasty: A Prospective Observational Study. [Journal Article]
    Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2019; 71(Suppl 2):1227-1231Mahesh Babu M, Ramabhadraiah AK, … Thirugnanmani R
  • To analyse the postoperative hearing results of patients undergoing type III tympanoplasty using sculptured homologous spur cartilage. This prospective study included 156 patients of chronic otitis media (COM), between the ages 10-60 years. All cases underwent type III tympanoplasty with ossiculoplasty using homologous spur cartilage. The study sample of 156 patients contained 107 cases of mucosa…
  • Dilemmas in Current Management of Complicated Chronic Otitis Media. [Journal Article]
    Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2019; 71(2):155-160Kirti YK, Yashveer JK
  • To evaluate the distribution of complications of chronic otitis media, dilemma of how soon to operate a seriously ill patient with CSOM and treatment outcomes. A retrospective study was done in a tertiary care centre. Clinical data from 2013 to 2015 was compiled, surgical management with outcome was analysed. A total of 425 patients with chronic otitis media were evaluated. Single/multiple compli…
  • Labyrinthine Fistulae in Squamosal Type of Chronic Otitis Media: Therapeutic Outcome. [Journal Article]
    Iran J Otorhinolaryngol 2019; 31(104):167-172Misale P, Lepcha A, … Manusrut M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with LF may not have complaints of vertigo and a positive fistula sign upon admission. Pre-operative imaging facilitates the diagnosis of this condition. The removal of the matrix under constant irrigation, followed by repair with bone wax and/or autologous tissue, is sufficient to preserve the cochlear and vestibular symptoms postoperatively.
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