Ear surgery is a common surgical procedure to correct the earwax.more proper treatment is possible by the surgeon, the patient and the patient relatives to understand the surgical procedures.
An ear infection is an inflammation or infection of the outer ear, middle ear, or inner ear. Scoop ear repair has been evaluated as psychological and sociological. In the 12 months after surgery, 90% of children had good development. These patients are between 4 years of age and pre-ocular pre-ocular pre-ocular pre-ocular psychologically isolated. Because the ears of a 4-year-old child reach 85% of the adult ear, operation after 4 years is recommended.
The ear is divided into three parts: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The variations of these curved contours are available in each ear, but their basic components are similar.
The bone behind the back of the helical rim of a normal-looking ear is 16-21 mm away from the protrusion. This is called an ear infection. Although there are significant variations, a normal ear is approximately 6.5 cm long and 3.5 cm wide. Because of the gravity of soft tissue cover and sagging in the ear lobe of the ear varies with age. The angle between the ears is approximately 30 degrees.
Major defects that contribute to the formation of the ear Scoop are caused by deficiency of the antithelix curve. This deformity often results in smoothness in the scaffold, external rotation of the upper part of the ear and an increase in the angle of the back of the ear. Even if the antithesis curve is well-developed, the Concha is enlarged, causing dandruff deformity. Both can be at the same time, and for successful repair of deformity, they need to be aware of and corrected.
In 1968, McDowell set the goals of successful ear repair.;
- elimination of protrusion in the upper 1/3 section of the ear,
- the Helix has a smooth boundary,
- the helices of both ears are visible next to the anti helices because they are viewed from the front.,
- the ear is divided into three parts: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear.
- The ear should not be too close to the skull in the male.
- The contours and position of both ears must be close together but not symmetrical.
- Historically, the elimination of pathological problems has progressed by changing.
Non surgical approach results in all ear deformities, including dandruff ear. In the first few days of the baby’s life, the approach to the ear is effective. In the first three days, the application of auricular mold and its continuation for 6 months has been proven to have excellent results. Delay in treatment adversely affects the outcome. Kartalj’s flexibility depends on the level of estrogen remaining from the mother.
Techniques in ear surgery in scoop, the formation of an antihielic fold, concave defect correction and ear nipple pose can be listed in the form of.
Hematoma(accumulation of blood) is the most common complication of an emergency postoperatively. It manifests itself with a severe and single teraflished pain. In the presence of hematoma, dressing clothing on the head should be removed, blood should be drained.
Infection is a digger compulsion. It can result in cartilage infection and may cause permanent deformities.
Usually the aesthetic target is not held, scars, suture problems occur.
The ear is divided into three parts: the outer ear, the middle ear and the inner ear. Although there is physiological discomfort, it can cause psychological and stigmatization disorders in patients. Success rate is high and revision rates are low.
Otoplasty is a surgical procedure to correct the aesthetic appearance of the ear. It is usually aimed to reduce the size of the large ear, make the ears closer to the head and reshape the ear aesthetically.
It is considered that the ear has grown very close to the ear when it is 4 years old. Children or adult patients from this age can be opted at all ages. In order to prevent children from being psychologically affected, it is recommended that the operation is usually performed in the preschool period.
The operation can be performed easily under local anesthesia and the average duration of the operation is 1.5 hours. If the child is young, then this operation can be performed with general anesthesia. The operation can be done with several different techniques. One of the most common ones is the removal of some soft tissue from the back of the ear so that the ear carotid can be reshaped to suit the aesthetic units and the ear can be pulled back.
After the operation, people can easily get up and go home, there is no need to sleep in the hospital. After the operation, the ears are covered with a bandage that lasts 4-5 days. After the bandages are opened, it is recommended that the patient wear a tennis band. This band protects the ear while it is sleeping and during daily activities. Seams used are melting seams, they do not need to be taken. Since the scar remains in the fold behind the ear, there is no scar problem.
Ear surgery is the most common treatment for ear infections. It is possible to correct such problems, surgical procedures also.
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