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ENG studies on post mastoid cases

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Abstract

Fifteen cases, 7, male, and 8, female with ages ranging from 19 to 49 years underwent tympanomastoid surgery. They were subjected to ENG testing using bithermal caloric stimulations during the 3rd through 6th postoperative months and the results are analysed for canal paresis or other abnormalities.

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Correspondence to R. C. Deka.

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Deka, R.C. ENG studies on post mastoid cases. Indian J Otolaryngol 37, 147 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02993227

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Keywords

  • Cholesteatoma
  • Oval Window
  • Canal Paresis
  • Radical Mastoidectomy
  • Caloric Irrigation