volume 6, issue 6, P61-63 1967
DOI: 10.1016/s0001-2092(08)70242-4
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Abstract: The surgery for the relief of deafness due to formed became fewer. Stapedectomy, i.e., the otosclerosis has come a long way. It is now removal of the stapes with the replacement of possible to help at least 90 per cent of patients the footplate by a graft of fat, vein, or Geldeafened as the result of otosclerosis. The foam and the prefabricated stainless steel wire impetus for successful restoration of hearing surgically was given when Dr. Julius Lempert developed a one-stage fenestration operation in 1936. T…

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