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Graft

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Similarly, with postaural approach, temporalis fascia graft can also be harvested with the same incision while in permeatal or endaural approach, a separate incision is needed to take the same graft.
Even so, the need for revision surgery in temporalis fascia graft tympanoplasty has been reported in as many as 19% of cases.
Type 1 Tympanoplasty was done by a single surgeon through the post-aural approach using the underlay technique and utilising temporalis fascia graft in all patients.
Temporalis fascia graft perforation and retraction after tympanoplasty for chronic tubotympanic otitis and attic retraction pockets: Factors associated with recurrence.
A curvilinear incision of 3 cm given in the supra-auricular region and temporalis fascia graft is harvested and allowed to dry.
In addition, the fascia graft is useful in the camouflage of various nasal deformities in the dorsum and sidewalls.
Patients after canal wall down mastoidectomy surgery for cholesteatoma were reconstructed using septal cartilage and cortical mastoid bone grafts as strut in between temporalis fascia graft and stapes suprastructure.
The area was repaired with a free temporalis fascia graft, Avitene, Gelfoam, and a middle meatal spacer.
On otoscopy, the native tympanic membrane remnant was seen in the anteroinferior quadrant, and a remnant of the medialized temporalis fascia graft was seen between the eardrum remnant and the umbo (figure).