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Eardrum Temporalis Fascial Graft and Gelfoam Insertion Video (97 sec)
Using Hand Stable Micro-Cup Forceps
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Temporalis Fascial Graft
Inserted Behind the Eardrum
To Repair a perforation
  
Gelfoam.jpg (11059 bytes)
Gelfoam Placed Beneath the
Temporalis Fascial Graft
To Hold the Graft In Place  
 
     

   

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Repair of an Eardrum Perforation

#1:  The skin lining the edges of the eardrum perforation is removed.
#2:  The eardrum and ear canal skin are reflected forward.
#3:  Fascial Graft (tendon) is placed under eardrum.
#4:  Gelfoam is placed in the middle ear and under graft to hold it in place.
#5:  The eardrum and graft are placed back in position and secured with packing in the ear canal.
     





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