Primary Stapes Surgery in Patients With Otosclerosis

Conclusions Following primary stapes surgery, a postoperative ABG of 10 dB or less and a postoperative gain in AC exceeding 20 dB may be predicted with accuracies of 62.1% and 80.1%, respectively. Clinicians can use this information to inform patients more explicitly about expected postoperative audiometric results.

from the Archives of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery


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