KTP laser fine fenestra stapedotomy with vein graft interposition in the surgical management of otosclerosis

Salib, R.J.; Oates, J.
October 2003
Surgeon (Edinburgh University Press);Oct2003, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p269
Academic Journal
Focuses on the use of a KTP laser fine fenestra stapedotomy in the surgical management of otosclerosis. Background on the evolution of the stapedectomy operation; Discussion on the experience of stapedial surgery for otosclerosis; Details on the technique of laser fine fenestra stapedotomy with vein graft interposition.


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