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A Case of Incus Vibroplasty: Postoperative Changes in Residual Hearing.

Abstract
In patients with mild to severe hearing loss, conventional hearing aids offer limited benefits and several problems with feedback and cosmesis. Middle ear implants are a feasible option for patients with moderate to severe hearing loss who are unable to achieve adequate benefit from or cannot tolerate hearing aids for various reasons. Here we present a case of middle ear implant surgery using Vibrant Soundbridge with incus vibroplasty technique, and describe the hearing changes during postoperative follow-up.
AuthorsKyung Jin Roh, Eun Jung Lee, Byung Il Choi, Eun Jin Son
JournalJournal of audiology & otology (J Audiol Otol) Vol. 19 Issue 1 Pg. 54-7 (Apr 2015) ISSN: 2384-1621 [Print] Korea (South)
PMID26185793 (Publication Type: Journal Article)

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