Congenital fixation of the stapes footplate
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Published by [Almqvist & Wiksells] in Uppsala .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Otolaryngology,
  • Ear -- Anatomy

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesActa oto-laryngologica. Supplementum -- 245, Acta oto-laryngologica -- 245
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22803698M

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  Abstract. Congenital ossicular abnormalities are rare causes of hearing loss. Fixation of the stapes footplate is the most common of these malformations, and it is important to clinically differentiate this entity from other causes of conductive hearing loss in children and :// This is a rare case of congenital stapedial suprastructure fixation with normal footplate mobility. In this patient, development of the second branchial arch was arrested. When performing exploratory tympanotomy for stapedial fixation, one must keep in mind that normal footplate mobility is :// Primary malleus fixation: Diagnosis and treatment Primary malleus fixation occurs in an otherwise normal middle ear without evidence of congenital deformity and without chronic inflammatory changes. It occurs in the latter decades of life and is frequently associated with sensorineural presbycusis. Otosclerosis with stapes fixation   An isolated congenital anomaly of the ossicular chain is a rare finding in an ear that, otherwise, appears clinically normal. The most common congenital ossicular chain anomaly is fixation of the stapes footplate. 1 Incus fixation is the least common isolated anomaly of the ossicular chain and has been reported in only a few case studies in the literature. To our knowledge, the case

  The most common congenital isolated ossicular anomalies are stapes fixation and incudostapedial discontinuity, and isolated congenital stapes fixation represents 20% to 35% of ossicular malformations (5, 13, 14). It is of a great interest to note that isolated stapes footplate fixation comprised more than 50% in this :// Abstract Congenital stapes footplate fixation is not so common in the clinical otology. The clinical features are the fixation of the stapedial footplate, and the consequent conductive hearing loss with flat curve at the level of 50 to 60 dB in air conduction since birth. Its Congenital stapes fixation: Immobile and atypical third middle ear ossicle. Characteristics In congenital stapes fixation, the surrounding ligament fails to develop, the stapes footplate being in continuity with the otic capsule. Being rigidly fixed in position, the sound transmitted to the stapes 1. 11 CONGENITAL. Congenital stapes fixation was diagnosed in 22 (79%) ears and juvenile otosclerosis in six (21%) ears from a series of 28 ears that were operated on for stapes ://