La tympanotomie exploratrice dans les suspicions de fistules périlymphatiques post-traumatiques

  title={La tympanotomie exploratrice dans les suspicions de fistules p{\'e}rilymphatiques post-traumatiques},
  author={Benjamin Bourgeois and Christine Ferron and P. Bordure and Claude Beauvillain de Montreuil and François Legent},
  journal={Annales D'otolaryngologie Et De Chirurgie Cervico-faciale},
Initialement decrites dans le cadre de la chirurgie de l’etrier, les fistules perilymphatiques surviennent plus rarement dans les suites de traumatismes accidentels. Objectifs Les signes cliniques et les resultats therapeutiques sont decrits et analyses chez les patients operes d’exploration chirurgicale d’oreille pour FPL post-traumatique. Materiel et methodes Une etude retrospective a ete realisee a partir de 97 explorations d’oreille realisees entre 1995 et 1999 au CHU de Nantes, chez 90… Expand
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