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Application of glass-crystalline granules of biosit-elcor for reducing the size of trepanation cavity in middle ear surgery

, : Application of glass-crystalline granules of biosit-elcor for reducing the size of trepanation cavity in middle ear surgery. Vestnik Otorinolaringologii: 32-35

The authors describe experience in application of bioglass preparations (biosit-elcor) for partial obliteration of mastoid cavities in open operations on the middle ear in 17 patients. Long-term results were studied with otomicroscopy and computed tomography of the temporal bones. A good morphological result of the operation (complete epithelization of the wound surface, no discharge from the ear) was achieved in all the patients.


PMID: 15700006

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