Importance of adhesiolysis in revision surgery for vibrant soundbridge device failures at the short incus process

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The objectives of the study were to report a vibrant soundbridge (VSB) implant revision surgical method involving adhesiolysis at the short incus process under local anesthesia and demonstrate successful hearing performance after surgery. Three cases of VSB surgery, performed in 2016, were enrolled. All cases had diagnoses of device failure. This ‘seven… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00405-017-4715-4

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@article{Park2017ImportanceOA, title={Importance of adhesiolysis in revision surgery for vibrant soundbridge device failures at the short incus process}, author={Yoon Ah Park and Tae Hoon Kong and Jin Chang and Young Joon Seo}, journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology}, year={2017}, volume={274}, pages={3867-3873} }