Endolymphatic sac-mastoid shunt surgery. A nonspecific treatment modality?


The reason for the effectiveness of endolymphatic sac-mastoid shunt surgery in the treatment of patients with Meniere's disease is still open for debate. In a double-blind study, published in 1981, we could not demonstrate any difference between the effect of a simple mastoidectomy and a regular endolymphatic sac-mastoid Silastic sheet shunt. However, a… (More)


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