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Management of posterior mesotympanic cholesteatoma

  • D. S. Brooker (a1) and G. D. L. Smyth (a1)

Abstract

Contrary to previous practice, the eradication of posterior mesotympanic cholesteatoma can frequently be achieved using a transcanal approach and without the need for more major surgery. For success, certain specific steps are necessary. These are described and the results reported.

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Mr G. D. L. Smyth, D.Sc, F.R.C.S., Eye and Ear Clinic, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast BT12 6BA, Northern Ireland.

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Marquet, J. (1989) My current cholesteatoma techniques. American Journal of Otology, 10: 124130.
Sadé, J. (1982) Treatment of retraction pockets and cholesteatoma. Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 96: 685704.
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Management of posterior mesotympanic cholesteatoma

  • D. S. Brooker (a1) and G. D. L. Smyth (a1)

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