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Surgery for Chronic Otitis Externa and Otitis Media

Synopsis
Chronic hyperplastic otitis externa, in which there is a loss of canal lumen, is treated preferentially by total ablation of the external auditory canal down to the level of the tympanic membrane. This includes the removal of the external acoustic process of the petrous temporal bone and its diseased integumental lining. Otitis media is a difficult condition to treat but bulla osteomy or ablation by a lateral approach can give excellent results. Both techniques are demonstrated and discussed.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 35 min.
Year of production
1989
Availability
Hire
Sale; 1997 sale: £38.00 (+VAT +p&p)
Documentation
Acompanying workbook.
Uses
Veterinarians and students.
Subjects
Veterinary science
Keywords
ears; otitis externa; otitis media; surgery; veterinary procedures

Credits

Writer
Peter G C Bedford

Production Company

Name

British Small Animal Veterinary Association

Sponsor

Name

SPVS Educational Trust

Distributor

Name

Royal Veterinary College, Unit for Veterinary Continuing Education

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