Albert Mudry

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Wir präsentieren eine retrospektive Studie über die Operation von Gehörgangexostosen bei 20 Patienten. 8 Patienten waren intensive Wassersportler. Die häufigste Indikation (13 Operationen) war eine rezidivierende Otitis externa oder Zeruminalpropfen; 7mal war der die Erweiterung des Zugang für eine Mittelohroperation die Indikation. Die Operation wurde in(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To investigate the safety, efficacy, and tolerance of the covered Wallstent for the palliative treatment of inoperable tracheobronchial cancer. DESIGN An 8-month prospective study employing either a rigid bronchoscope or a flexible delivery system for prosthesis insertion. SETTING Multicentric setting involving four teaching hospitals in(More)
  • A Mudry
  • Revue de laryngologie - otologie - rhinologie
  • 2009
BACKGROUND Since the introduction of the BAHA (bone-anchored hearing aid), two main different surgical procedures have been used to insert the implant: the skin flap technique and the linear incision technique. AIM OF THE STUDY The aim of this retrospective study is to compare the short terms results (3 months after the implantation, the usual period of(More)
IMPORTANCE Histories of cochlear implant (CI) technology have often been inaccurate owing to the confusion of terms and anatomical situations or to biased reporting. This retrospective, published shortly after the death of inventor William F. House-and more than 50 years after placement of the first CI-offers a precise account of the early experimental(More)
This study was performed to determine the historical development of the techniques used to represent the pathologic conditions of the tympanic membrane. The first coloured attempts were the drawings of Adam Politzer in 1865. Over the following 50 years other otologists produced their own atlases of drawings. At the beginning of the 20th century some(More)
We present a case of malignant necrotizing otitis externa (MNOE) caused by Staphylococcus epidermidis, which is usually a non-pathogenic microorganism. The patient is an otherwise healthy, nondiabetic 58-year-old white man. Contributory history began in 1994 after surgery for bilateral exostoses of the external auditory canals. Between April 1994 and May(More)
OBJECTIVES To investigate the historical origins of the current middle fossa (MF) approach to the cerebellopontine angle (CPA). METHODS A review of more than 30 original articles from the 1880 s to the early 1960s that document the evolution of the MF approach. Historically important journal articles and book chapters in various languages were(More)
It is generally agreed that middle ear reconstructive surgery performed with tympano-ossicular homografts produces superior functional results compared with prosthetic material, especially with respect to extrusion rate. The use of homografts, though, has been seriously hampered recently by the fear of transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)(More)
A retrospective analysis of the medical records of all cases of cholesteatoma in children treated between 1981 and 1996 was performed. The charts of 59 children with cholesteatoma were reviewed. A total of 62 ears received surgery over 15 years. The median follow-up period was 5 years. There were 132 operations. An intact canal wall (ICW) procedure was(More)
In the past century, there have been many attempts to treat cancer with low levels of electric and magnetic fields. We have developed noninvasive biofeedback examination devices and techniques and discovered that patients with the same tumor type exhibit biofeedback responses to the same, precise frequencies. Intrabuccal administration of 27.12 MHz(More)