Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery – Table of Contents
Foreword: A Significant Treatable Cause of Hearing Loss in Our Time
Preface: Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery
History of Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery
Otosclerosis: Temporal Bone Pathology
Otosclerosis: From Genetics to Molecular Biology
Clinical Evaluation of the Patient with Otosclerosis
The Audiology of Otosclerosis
Impact of Imaging in Management of Otosclerosis
Special Anatomic Considerations in Otosclerosis Surgery
Stapedectomy Versus Stapedotomy
The Stapes Prosthesis: Past, Present, and Future
Use of Lasers in Otosclerosis Surgery
Endoscopic Stapes Surgery
Advanced Otosclerosis: Stapes Surgery or Cochlear Implantation?
Medical Management of Otosclerosis
Prevention and Management of Complications in Otosclerosis Surgery
Revision Surgery for Otosclerosis
Potential of Robot-Based Surgery for Otosclerosis Surgery
Controversies in the Evaluation and Management of Otosclerosis
This issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics, Guest Edited by Drs. Adrien A. Eshraghi and Fred F. Telischi, is devoted to Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery. Articles in this outstanding issue include: Otosclerosis: Temporal Bone Pathology; Otosclerosis: From Genetics to Molecular Biology; Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery, Historical Aspects; Clinical Evaluation of the Patient with Otosclerosis; Impact of Imaging in the Management of Otosclerosis; Medical Management of Otosclerosis; Otosclerosis: Audiological Evaluation and Hearing Aids; Stapes Surgery: Stapedectomy Versus Stapedotomy; Use of Lasers in Otosclerosis Surgery; The Stapes Prosthesis: Past, Present and Future; Endoscopic Stapes Surgery; Advanced Otosclerosis and Cochlear Implantation; Special Anatomical Considerations in Otosclerosis Surgery; Revision Surgery for Otosclerosis; Complication in Otosclerosis Surgery; The Potential of Robotic Surgery for Otosclerosis; and Controversies in Otosclerosis.
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