volume 234, issue 3, P253-262 1982
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464329
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Abstract: The postoperative long-term hearing results, with special reference to the state and management of the tympanic mucosa at operation, in 627 ears (574 patients) after an annual clinical follow-up period of 5-14 years are presented. The ears were operated on radically due to chronic otitis media, using the obliterative radical operation technique developed by T. Palva. The air-bone gap improved from the preoperative level significantly more in ears where the tympanic mucosa had been preserved than in ears where …

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