Author Topic: reparative surgery scheduled in two placed for Titanium mesh entrapment  (Read 1417 times)

Mei Mei

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Dear all,
I have a first meeting at Stanford Medical Center with Dr. Park who is supposed to be one of the people to see when I get there.  I am pondering day by day the choice between the two and am still not satisfied.     I even asked a professor of medicine at Gtgown   I don't want to put too mUDH.
1 cm Tumor RetrosigmoidSurgery on Jan 12 at Johns Hopkins
Drs. Niparko and Tamargo
35dB loss pre surgery and now SSD
Post surgical Headaches and Tinnitus
Dr Ducic Georgetown Excision Surgery May 2011
Dr. Schwartz GW  Titanium Mesh  March 2012
Drs Kalhorn/Baker, Georgetown Removal of Titanium Mesh

Bp15

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Re: reparative surgery scheduled in two placed for Titanium mesh entrapment
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2022, 11:43:20 am »
Hi, you mentioned titanium mesh, is that the plate to cover the bone flap?  If it was, why would it be removed?

Thanks,

DZ

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Re: reparative surgery scheduled in two placed for Titanium mesh entrapment
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2022, 12:32:06 pm »
Dear Mei Mei -

Can you please explain the problem you are having as I dont understand the issue you what you are seeking.  Thanks! DZ
Significant Left-sided hearing loss & some tinnitus, Size of tumor was 2.1cmX1.9cmX1.5cm. Translabyrinthine surgical resection on 8/18/22 at UCSD. Thin remanent left on facial nerve. Post op -No left hearing, bilateral tinnitus, no significant balance issues, recovering.

 


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