Why does the myth that prevalent that ear surgery is not successful, exist?

Why does the myth that prevalent that ear surgery is not successful, exist?

In this video, Dr. Nishi Gupta, Head department of ENT, Dr. Shroffs Charity Eye Hospital, Delhi, will bust the myth which is prevalent that ear surgery is not successful. she will explain why it is so, for example if it is clear case of perforation then by just putting a graft is also sufficient but if the bones of the ears are damaged then the patients are explained about the condition. Through the otoscope, just a small dimple is seen but the disease is spread inside. Hence, drilling the bone cavity is required and then the graft is placed.

Dr. Nishi Gupta

Dr. Nishi Gupta is a ENT/ Otorhinolaryngologist. She has been a practicing ENT surgeon for last 15 years. Spent lot of time perfecting her specialization and in microsurgery of ear. Trained from Great Ormond Street Hospital for children, London. A highly proficient endoscopic and microlaryngeal surgeon. Has written a book on Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy - A revolution. She completed MBBS from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1986,MS - Otorhinolaryngology from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1989 and DNB - Otorhinolaryngology from National Board Of Examination in 1994.

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