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Short-term results from seventy-six patients receiving a bone anchored hearing implant installed with a novel minimally invasive surgery technique.

Journal article
Authors Martin L Johansson
R J Stokroos
R Banga
M K Hol
E A Mylanus
H Savage Jones
J R Tysome
P Vannucchi
J R Hof
J W Brunings
J van Tongeren
R W Lutgert
A Banerjee
J P Windfuhr
A Caruso
A L Giannuzzi
S Bordin
J Hanif
N Schart-Morén
S Singam
S Jonhede
M Holmberg
C W Cremers
M Hultcrantz
Published in Clinical Otolaryngology
Volume 42
Issue 5
Pages 1043–1048
ISSN 1749-4478
Publication year 2017
Published at Institute of Clinical Sciences, Department of Biomaterials
Pages 1043–1048
Language en
Subject categories Biomaterials Science, Bio Materials, Biomaterials


The surgical installation of bone anchored hearing systems (BAHS) has after decades finally undergone changes towards more minimally invasive techniques without soft tissue thinning. Some surgeons are also performing the surgery and installation, using the classical drilling system, through a single punch entry. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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