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Attic aeration in temporal bones from children with recurring otitis media: tympanostomy tubes did not cure disease in Prussak's space.
HYPOTHESIS Blockage of the aeration pathways to the attic may cause circumscribed or widespread alterations that are difficult to diagnose clinically. The narrow route via the posterior pouch toExpand
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Incudal folds and epitympanic aeration.
Thirty-seven temporal bones were dissected, and the posterior tympanic and epitympanic folds recorded and photographed. Histologic details were documented from four serially sectioned temporal bones,Expand
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Treatment of labyrinthine fistula.
  • T. Palva, H. Ramsay
  • Medicine
  • Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery
  • 1 July 1989
This cholesteatoma series comprises 84 ears, 81 of which had a labyrinthine fistula and 3 a horizontal semicircular canal opening that arose as a surgical complication. In 49 ears (58.3%), theExpand
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Tensor fold and anterior epitympanum.
HYPOTHESIS The aim of this study was to investigate the anatomy and pathology of the anterior epitympanum and of the tensor fold. BACKGROUND Early studies reported data that are primarily stillExpand
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Chronic inflammatory ear disease and cholesteatoma: creation of auxiliary attic aeration pathways by microdissection.
HYPOTHESIS The attic compartments, except for Prussak's space, are aerated through the tympanic isthmus. The aim of this study was to develop aeration pathways that would bypass the isthmus inExpand
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Lateral and anterior view to tensor fold and supratubal recess.
HYPOTHESIS The aim of this study was to find suitable methods for basic anatomic evaluation of the supratubal recess and the anterior surface of the tensor fold. BACKGROUND The current method ofExpand
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Vestibulo-ocular and vestibulo-spinal reflexes in evaluation of vestibular lesions.
In order to evaluate to what extent different diseases causing vertigo can be detected by studying vestibulo-spinal and vestibulo-ocular reflexes, 146 patients were examined. The diagnosis classesExpand
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Aeration and drainage pathways of Prussak's space.
OBJECTIVE the purpose of this study was to document the aeration and drainage pathways of Prussak's space. METHODS 55 temporal bones with an age range from neonate to 11 years of age were seriallyExpand
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Myringoplasty and tympanoplasty--results related to training and experience.
The results of surgery in a series of 452 ears having either myringoplasty (281 ears) or tympanoplasty (171 ears) were studied in relation to the experience of the surgeons. The trainees received anExpand
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