Excision of aural glomus tumor, transcanal
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Objective To demonstrate the feasibility of a transcanal infrapromontorial approach for vestibular schwannoma surgery through an… Expand ObjectiveTo define a new surgical option, with lower morbidity, for the treatment of intralabyrinthine schwannomas.Study… Expand Contemporary operative approaches to the internal auditory canal (IAC) require the creation of large surgical portals for… Expand Objective: To describe a novel approach for excision of exostoses and evaluate the outcomes of transcanal excision of exostoses… Expand Abstract Objective Our objective was to perform a retrospective analysis of patients with jugulotympanic paragangliomas. We… Expand The traditional access route for cochlear implantation was initially proposed by William House in 1961. Alternatives to this… Expand Objective The purpose of this study was to examine the utility of using an endoscope in cholesteatoma surgery and to demonstrate… Expand Glomus tumors involving the temporal bone may vary from a tiny glomus tympanicum to a massive skull base tumor. Smaller glomus… Expand Four present-day surgical techniques are reviewed to assess their respective merits in surgery for cholesteatoma. The oldest… Expand