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Our adult clinic specializes in otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery. We place special emphasis on sophisticated microsurgery for the management of chronic infection, tumors, and injuries as well as for restoration of hearing and the alleviation of vertigo.
Depending on the condition being treated, some patients will be evaluated by muliple specialists as part of a comprehensive multidisciplinary treatment strategy. Most commonly, these other specialists include audiology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology, and neurophysiology.
Our clinic contains the latest in diagnostic tools, including audiology, vestibular testing, and videomicroscopy examination. An electronic medical record system is used to coordinate an overall diagnostic and treatment protocol. When surgery is needed, it is performed at Stanford Hospital & Clinics.
A perforated eardrum, ear drainage, or cholesteatoma
Conductive hearing loss for otosclerosis or other causes
Tumors of the cranial base, such as vestibular schwannoma (acoustic neuroma), meningioma, or malignant tumors
Tumors of the ear and temporal bone
Facial nerve disorders
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