Manual of Middle Ear Surgery, Volume 2

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Thieme, 1995 - Medical - 432 pages
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This comprehensive one-volume work presents, compares and assesses procedures developed by world-renowned otologic surgeons, creating a critical source for the specialist and resident-in-training. Methods from such pioneers as Fisch, Morimitsu, Farrior, and Wullstein are objectively reviewed by Dr. Tos and are integrated into his own vast operative experience.

Volume 2 consists of two parts: Part I covers mastoidectomies, intact bridge techniques, and canal wall-up mastoidectomies. Part II covers the reconstructions of the tympanic cavity, attic, and ear canal; eustachian tube surgery; cavity obliteration; and partial and total reconstruction of old radical cavities.

 

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Contents

Definitions and Classifications
2
Anatomy
23
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42
The Pneumatic System
50
Perilabyrinthine Cells
56
Basic Mastoidectomy Techniques
62
Exposure of the Sigmoid Sinus
69
Bleeding from the Sigmoid Sinus
76
Tympanomeatoplasty with Preservation Removal of Attic Cholesteatoma
253
Endaural Canal WallDown Mastoid
262
Classification of Reconstruction
286
The Open Cavity
294
Mastoid Tip Removal
315
Obliteration of the Cavity with Pedicled
346
Posterosuperiorly Based Musculofascial
359
Inferiorly Based Flaps
372

Exposure of the Sinodural Angle
84
Exenterating the Mastoid Tip Cells 86 Hypotympanotomy
121
Indications for Simple Mastoidectomy Chain
131
Classic Intact Canal Wall Mastectomy 106 Cavity Obliteration Behind the Intact
149
Evolution of Classic Intact Canal Wall The Honda Partial Obliteration
155
Posterior Atticotympanotomy 115 Transcortical and Transmeatal Anterior
166
Complications of Posterior Atticotomy 120 with an Intact Chain
172
The Philosophy of Modified Intact Canal Bondys Operation
231
Complications
380
Cavity Obliteration with Bone
393
Obliteration with Biocompatible
404
Obliteration with a Fat Graft
414
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Page 9 - Meckel cartilage, which is derived from the first pharyngeal (branchial) arch, gives rise to the head of the malleus and the body of the incus. The remainder of Meckel cartilage develops into the mandible and sphenomandibular ligament (Meckel ligament). The first pharyngeal arch is also associated with the mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve, the muscles of mastication, the tensor tympani muscle, and the tensor veli palatini muscle.

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Professor emeritus and Former Chairman, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology, Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Hellerup, Denmark; and Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, Medical Faculty, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia

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