Otosclerosis.

A tomographic-clinical study.
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by , Copenhagen
Otoscler
SeriesActa radiologica. Supplementum, 296
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRF270 .R6
The Physical Object
Pagination142, (2) p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5425090M
LC Control Number73019473

The book presents a step-by-step account of stapedectomy surgery, and also covers: the pros and cons of all lasers including the latest erbium lasers and their current applications; the analysis of recent otosclerosis studies using CT scanning and audiometry as parameters; stapedectomy versus stapedotomy; frequent complications encountered in Format: Hardcover.

Otosclerosis. Otosclerosis is a condition involving fixation of one of the little bones in the middle ear.

The sound waves are not transmitted through the fixed bones and produce a hearing loss.

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The disease usually starts in early adulthood and progresses over a period of. The word otosclerosis is derived from Greek. It means abnormal hardening of body tissue (sclerosis) of the ear (oto). The story behind otosclerosis.

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While the medical and research communities understand what happens to the ear as a result of otosclerosis, what actually triggers the disorder remains uncertain. Current thinking leans toward the. An evidence-based approach for optimal management Co-authored by leading specialists, this comprehensive and current book provides a detailed and practical discussion of otosclerosis patient diagnosis, treatment, and management.

The book presents a step-by-step account of stapedectomy surgery, and also covers: the pros and cons of all lasers including the latest erbium lasers and their.

Otosclerosis is a term derived from oto, meaning “of the ear,” and sclerosis, meaning “abnormal hardening of body tissue.” The condition is caused by abnormal bone remodeling in the middle ear. Bone remodeling is a lifelong process in which bone tissue renews itself by replacing old tissue with new.

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In otosclerosis, abnormal remodeling. Authors Chris de Souza, Marcos V. Goyocoolea, and Neil M. Sperling have written a comprehensive text, Otosclerosis: Diagnosis, Evaluation, Pathology, Surgical Techniques, and Outcomes, for otologic surgeons seeking to provide treatment with the most current surgical techniques.

As a guide to performing stapedectomies, this book is a concise and Format: Hardcover.