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Middle ear implant

Middle ear implant Middle ear implant

Artial prostheses have a unique feature compared to conventional prostheses: they imitate the natural contact of the incus-stapes joint. A precisely fitted, anatomically shaped bell transmits the sound directly to the stapedial joint surface instead of to the stapedial pedicle. Total prostheses are unusually delicate in design and allow the surgeon to perform the implantation under very confined anatomical conditions, such as those often encountered in the recess of the oval window. 


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