By Chris de Souza, Marcos V. Goycoolea, Visit Amazon's Neil M. Sperling Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Neil M. Sperling,
Within the remedy of otosclerosis, it will be important that surgeons be in complete command of the numerous nuances thinking about this terribly not easy surgical procedure. Authors Chris de Souza, Marcos V. Goyocoolea, and Neil M. Sperling have written a complete textual content, Otosclerosis: prognosis, overview, Pathology, Surgical options, and Outcomes, for otologic surgeons looking to offer therapy with the most up-tp-date surgical thoughts. As a advisor to acting stapedectomies, this booklet is a concise and sensible reduction paired with a useful atlas constructed via across the world stated specialists. those full-color images and illustrations are potent studying instruments for making sure the easiest surgical effects. moreover, the event and strategies provided through those specialists were gleaned via years of luck appearing this hard process.
The accompanying DVD contains movies that display a step by step method of acting stapedectomy techniques. The younger medical professional learning stapes surgical procedures will locate those video clips appropriate to demanding situations particular to this surgical procedure, and pro surgeons will locate those movies to be a handy source.
With either theoretical and useful features addressed succinctly, but completely, via contributions from the subsequent acclaimed foreign specialists, Otosclerosis: prognosis, review, Pathology, Surgical ideas, and Outcomes, can be an authoritative textual content for years yet to come:
- Audrey P. Calzada, MD, l. a., CA
- John C. Goddard, MD, l. a., CA
- Robert ok. Jackler, MD, Stanford, CA
- Thomas Linder, MD, Lucerne, Switzerland
- A. G. Pusalkar, MD, Mumbai, India
- Christoph Schlegel-Wagner, MD, Lucerne, Switzerland
- Robert Vincent, MD, Béziers, France
- Richard J. Wiet, MD, Chicago, IL
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1. The focus must be greater than 1 mm in diameter. 2. The density of the focus must differ from the rest of the otic capsule. That is why active foci (areas of demineralization) are easier to detect than inactive (sclerotic) foci. 3. The normal otic capsule is very dense. Sclerotic foci can be detected only when they are very close to the periosteal or endosteal surfaces of the otic capsule. The radiographic appearance of the otosclerotic lesion varies with the stage of the disease. The otosclerotic focus can only be visualized when the otoscle rotic focus is more than 200 Hounsfield units.
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Signs and Symptoms 1. Dominant family history and the patient usually has relatives who have suffered from proven otosclerosis. 2. The hearing loss may have started or increased during pregnancy or following the use of oral contraceptives. Examination of the tympanic membrane can demonstrate a positive Schwartz sign. The patient usually experiences tinnitus and vertigo. Specialized Hearing Tests 1. The commonest pattern of pure-tone audiogram is the “cookie bite” audiogram (Figure 7–1). In cochlear otosclerosis the audiological pattern is one of end organ disease.
Otosclerosis: Diagnosis, Evaluation, Pathology, Surgical Techniques, and Outcomes by Chris de Souza, Marcos V. Goycoolea, Visit Amazon's Neil M. Sperling Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Neil M. Sperling,