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Description: ENT Surgeons treat the conditions with Ear Nose and Throat. They specialize in the branch of medicine called otorhinolaryngology/otolaryngology . They also deal with related structures of the head and neck.

 
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Stapedectomy

Stapedectomy is a surgical procedure in which the innermost bone (stapes) of the three bones (the stapes, the incus, and the malleus) of the middle ear is removed, and replaced with a prosthesis. Performed to improve the movement of sound to the inner ear, stapedectomy treats progressive hearing loss caused by otosclerosis, a condition in which spongy bone hardens around the base of the stapes.
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Tympanoplasty

Tympanoplasty is the surgical procedure which restores and/or retains hearing. During the tympanoplasty, the surgeon will graft the tympanic membrane (eardrum) and reconstruct the middle ear. A prosthetic device may need to be implanted to replace the ossicles (middle ear bones) that have been damaged by infection.
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Ossiculoplasty

An ossiculoplasty is surgery to repair, reconstruct and improve the movement of the tiny bones of hearing in the middle ear. Some bones become damaged or less mobile due to infection or disease such as long-standing middle ear infection (otitis media), or trauma such as a head injury.
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Micro Laryngeal Surgery

This is done to correct the voice disorder or problem in the larynx. Laryngeal Surgery is the treatment of the larynx or the vocal chords. Itd involves the removal of the unwanted growth in the larynx. Micro Laryngeal Surgery is done using an endoscope, which is inserted in the larynx area through the mouth.
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Laryngectomy with Block dissections of the neck

Modified radical neck dissection: This is the removal of lymph node groups I to V, while sparing one or more of the three structures taken in the radical neck dissection (sternocleidomastoid muscle, internal jugular vein and spinal accessory nerve).
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