Patricia Resseguier

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Correlation between tinnitus and audiometric loss, modification of tinnitus by medical or surgical treatment, allow to suspect the origin of tinnitus due to otospongiosis and to give the patient a practically always confirmed prognosis. Audiometric localization of tinnitus is essential, as it is the best clue to etiology, treatment and prognosis of(More)
The authors propose a test consisting in performing injections of Renovaine, a very strong anaesthetic drug, in the external ear duct in order to reduce momentarily severe and decompensated tinnitus. They discuss the usefulness of this test and develop two concepts to explain its action. They make a pragmatic approach of the tinnitus etiopathogeny.
Surgery for otosclerosis means that the sound protection due to the fixation of the footplate does not exist anymore. As the Corti hair cells have been fragilized by proteolytic enzymes, it is absolutely necessary to reconstruct the sound mechanism in order to maintain the vibration of the perilymph absolutely within acoustical physiologic limit of(More)
The implementation of the reform of nursing studies is a strategic part of the 2009-2013 care project of Millau General Hospital as it has modified the supervision of students on work placements and the organisation of caregivers. In order to make the ten-week work placements a rich learning experience, the teams of the hospital and nurse training institute(More)
The authors present a new fixation device for any bony or prosthetic transmission system to the center of a mobile footplate in the absence of the stapes crura. It is a disc-shaped silicone sponge, with a central hole, fitting the bottom of the oval fossa and thus securing the maintenance of the bony or prosthetic transmission in the center of the mobile(More)
Correlation between tinnitus and audiometric loss and modification of the former by both surgical and medical treatment provide sufficient data to suggest its origin and to give the patient a prognosis confirmed in practically every case. Audiometric localization of the tinnitus is essential, since this allows establishment of the etiology, treatment and(More)
The footplate fenestra should be performed in its posterior third part to avoid pressure of the piston on the membranous labyrinth, situated very close to the footplate in 2% of the cases in otosclerotic patients. Gain in bone conduction differs according to the size of the fenestra performed. Low frequencies improve most when the whole posterior third part(More)
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