Assessment of quantitative hearing loss in relation to the morphology of central tympanic membrane perforations
In our series, there was more gastric perforations
than duodenal perforation
, which is a reverse in the trend documented in the literature in our environment (4,5).
Determinants of hearing loss in perforations
of the tympanic membrane.
Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was performed with a suspicion of iatrogenic esophageal perforation
. Approximately 17 cm from the incisive teeth, a perforation
site with a diameter of 1.5 cm was observed (Figure 1b).
is a rare but life threatening complication of choliellithiasis.
Gelatin Sponge Patch group shown to be beneficial in repairing middle and large TM perforations
increasing healing rates and shortening the healing time.
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of the Tympanic Membrane: A Clinical Study.
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The fact that many glove perforations
go unnoticed by members of the surgical team has also been well-documented in the literature.
Traditionally, the most common techniques used to repair small tympanic membrane perforations
in the outpatient office setting have been cauterization of the perforation
margins, fat-graft tympanoplasty, and paper-patch tympanoplasty.
The management of Stapfer's Type II perforations
after ERCP remains controversial as the clinical outcome can be variable.