Ear Surgery

 

Tympanostomy

This surgery can be performed in general or local anaesthesia. Surgery involves making a small hole in the ear drum using endoscope or microscope and removing all the collected secretions. A tympanostomy tube is then placed in the previously made hole.

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Myringoplasty

This surgery involves repair of the ear drum. Repeated ear infections will cause a hole in the ear drum which does not heal on its own or there could be unhealed hole due to tube placement or injury to ear drum . In such cases this surgery is advised.

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Tympanoplasty with or without ossicular reconstruction

This surgery involves removal of the disease from the middle ear and repair of the damaged bones and the hole in the ear drum. It also involves the drilling of the bone behind the ear in order to remove the disease in that area.

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Tympanoplasty with or without mastoidectomy

This surgery involves removal of the disease from the middle ear and repair of the damaged bones and the hole in the ear drum. Ear infections for a prolonged period may lead to hole in the ear and spread of the ear disease to surrounding structures.

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Stapedotomy

This surgery involves removal and replacement of a part of a bone in the ear. The surgery is performed usually under local anaesthesia to check hearing improvement after the surgery but can also be performed under general anaesthesia.

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