Facial nerve canal dehiscence in chronic otitis media without cholesteatoma - dehiscent facial nerve

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The Incidence of Facial Nerve Dehiscence at Surgery for Chol... : Otology & Neurotology dehiscent facial nerve


Abstract. Accidental injury to the facial nerve where the bony canal defects are present may result with facial nerve dysfunction during otological.

Course of the facial nerve through the temporal bone is known for variations, the commonest being dehiscence of the bony fallopian canal.

The information on incidence of the facial nerve canal dehiscence in chronic otitis media is important for surgeons. The purpose of this study is.

Objective: The incidence and localization of facial nerve dehiscence (FND) in patients undergoing mastoidectomy for middle ear cholesteatoma were.

PDF | Accidental injury to the facial nerve where the bony canal defects are present may result with facial nerve dysfunction during otological surgery. Therefore.