The histopathology of the human temporal bone following cochlear implantation in a patient: a summary
AuthorClark, Graeme M.; Shepherd, R. K.; Webb, R. L.; Franz, B. K-H.
Source TitleInternational Cochlear Implant Symposium
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsClark, G. M., Shepherd, R. K., Webb, R. L., & Franz, B. K. (1987). The histopathology of the human temporal bone following cochlear implantation in a patient: a summary. In International Cochlear Implant Symposium, Duren.
Access StatusOpen Access
The macroscopic and microscopic evaluation of the implanted and unimplanted temporal bones in a patient who had a cochlear prosthesis for 27 months prior to his death from cardiac disease has shown that the device is biocompatible, and does not lead to any significant adverse effects. The cause of deafness was meningitis.
Keywordsotology; cochlear implant; deafness
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