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Author Topic: C-toma and reconstruction  (Read 2366 times)
Marie
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« on: December 26, 2013, 12:14:50 PM »

I think I could have a c-toma and I am waiting to get an mri scheduled as a ct scan showed nothing. I]ve read right on here that is not so uncommon for whatever reason. Is there anybody who has had c-toma and been able to have successful reconstruction so that they could hear normally again. What do doctors consider successful reconstruction of hearing. Hearing at what percentage 10, 20, or what? Does anybody ever get most of their hearing restored with the prothesis of today? Please I am in mental agony over this. Not to mention my ear. Had myringotomy six weeks ago and ear has been ringing ever since. What would cause this tinnitus to start in such a way?It was immediately after procedure. I was still in the exam doctors room.  I need insight please.
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