Comparación de complicaciones según la técnica utilizada en los implantes cocleares

@inproceedings{Zernotti2012ComparacinDC,
  title={Comparaci{\'o}n de complicaciones seg{\'u}n la t{\'e}cnica utilizada en los implantes cocleares},
  author={Mario Emilio Zernotti and Alejo Honesto Rodr{\'i}guez Su{\'a}rez and V{\'i}ctor Slavutsky and Luis Nicenboim and Maria Fernanda di Gregorio and Juan Andr{\'e}s Soto},
  year={2012}
}
Introduction: Complications are a very sensitive indicator of the usefulness of a surgical technique. In cochlear implant surgery, there are 3 principal approaches: the classic approach uses the facial recess (FR), the suprameatal approach (SMA) does not require mastoidectomy and uses the creation of a tunnel over the facial nerve to enter the middle ear, and the endomeatal approach (EMA) is based on the completion of a groove in the posterior wall of external auditory canal. Material and… CONTINUE READING
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