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Labyrinthine fistula is a potentially serious complication of cholesteatoma. During or after surgery, cholesteatoma can induce partial or total destruction of cochleovestibular functions. We operated 38 patients from 1983 to 1996. The site of the fistula was the external semi-circular canal in 90% of the cases. The facial nerve canal was eroded in 66% of… (More)
Ossicular homografts have been left for safety reasons with regard to viral transmission diseases. Several means are usable to reconstruct ossicular chain: synthetic prosthesis and autologous bone. On grounds of disponibility, biocompatibility, cost and use easiness we have been using mastoid cortical bone since 1995. We have studied hearing results and… (More)
We report an unusual congenital middle ear anomalie with an inflammatory tympanic membrane, a total opacity of the middle ear on the CT scan and a tumor in the mesotympanum.