mastoid surgery

mastoid surgery

Any procedure performed on the mastoids, most commonly to remove infected tissue from the mastoid bone.

mastoid surgery

Audiology A procedure to remove infected tissue from the mastoid bone. See Mastoidectomy.
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Bone conduction evaluation related to mastoid surgery. Laryngoscope 1984; 94: 547-9.
Endoscopic middle ear and mastoid surgery for cholesteatoma.
IMRA has been doing charity work in different cities/villages in Pakistan holding free medical camps, Mastoid Surgery and Cochlear Implant Surgery free of cost for poor patients.
The authors concluded that the type of mastoid surgery (CWU and CWD) did not affect the hearing results of chronic suppurative otitis media patients [6, 7].
Prior measurements have found that noise levels up to 125 dB are generated during drilling in mastoid surgery, raising the concern for possible noise-induced sensorineural hearing loss.
(11) Their findings support the notion that delaying mastoid surgery fails to rid area of the origin of infection and that complete treatment is not reached until mastoidectomy is performed.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of ENT operating microscope and instruments for Myringoplasty and Mastoid Surgery and Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) instruments along with Endoscopy MD Sony chip camera with 20 HD monitor alongwith trolley
After mastoid surgery it is reasonable to expect a higher incidence of hearing aid use than that of the general population.
Her medical history revealed that she had had mastoid surgery four years ago.
After confirmation of complications by computed tomography, a multidisciplinary approach was followed by medical, neurosurgical and ENT departments, including initial treatment by intravenous systemic antibiotics to the definitive final treatment of mastoid surgery.