Đerić, Dragoslava R.

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Application of hydroxyapatite granules in mastoid obliteration

Đerić, Dragoslava R.; Ignjatović, Nenad L.; Uskoković, Dragan

(Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society, 2016)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Đerić, Dragoslava R.
AU  - Ignjatović, Nenad L.
AU  - Uskoković, Dragan
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/865
UR  - http://www.itn.sanu.ac.rs/opus4/frontdoor/index/index/docId/1147
UR  - http://www.itn.sanu.ac.rs/opus4/files/1147/Djeric_ACAV.pdf
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/7546
AB  - The primary goal of surgical intervention for chronic middle ear disease is to development of a safe, dry, and low-maintenance ear. Persistent moisture, infection, and drainage is problematic in about one-third of patients, but also requiring revision surgery as canal-wall-down mastoidectomy. Despite best practice and continuous care, an open mastoid cavity is a handicap for the patients. The patients usually requires regular cleaning and life-long protection of the ear against water. During life, it could be a source of ear discharge due to irritation mucosal lining. The principle of mastoid obliteration was introduce as early as 1911. Over the years different biological tissues have been used to obliterate mastoid cavities including fat tissue, cartilage, musculo-periostal flap and autogenous bone. However, these tissue all suffer from atrophy or resorption with time. While all the intial reports were on the use of biological tissues, there has been an increasing interest in synthetic materials.Hydrxyaopatite is a well-known biocompatible ceramic with a long history of success in middle ear surgery. Experimental studies have demonstrated that hydroxyapate granulae do not undergo morphological changes after long term inplanatation in the temporal bulae. The purpose of our work is to present an importance of hydroxyapatite granule for mastoid obliteration of open radical mastoid cavities and to point out a new concept as application of nanocrystalline calcium phosphate in otosurgery. In our retrospective review, we found that the majority of individuals undergoing mastoid surgery with obliteration achieved a dry ear and there was a reduction of clinic visits during fellow-up period between 1 to 5 years.
PB  - Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society
C3  - Advanced Ceramics and Application : new frontiers in multifunctional material science and processing : program and the book of abstracts : V Serbian Ceramic Society Conference, Sep 21-23 September 2016, Belgrade
T1  - Application of hydroxyapatite granules in mastoid obliteration
SP  - 58
EP  - 58
ER  - 
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author = "Đerić, Dragoslava R. and Ignjatović, Nenad L. and Uskoković, Dragan",
year = "2016",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/865, http://www.itn.sanu.ac.rs/opus4/frontdoor/index/index/docId/1147, http://www.itn.sanu.ac.rs/opus4/files/1147/Djeric_ACAV.pdf, http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/7546",
abstract = "The primary goal of surgical intervention for chronic middle ear disease is to development of a safe, dry, and low-maintenance ear. Persistent moisture, infection, and drainage is problematic in about one-third of patients, but also requiring revision surgery as canal-wall-down mastoidectomy. Despite best practice and continuous care, an open mastoid cavity is a handicap for the patients. The patients usually requires regular cleaning and life-long protection of the ear against water. During life, it could be a source of ear discharge due to irritation mucosal lining. The principle of mastoid obliteration was introduce as early as 1911. Over the years different biological tissues have been used to obliterate mastoid cavities including fat tissue, cartilage, musculo-periostal flap and autogenous bone. However, these tissue all suffer from atrophy or resorption with time. While all the intial reports were on the use of biological tissues, there has been an increasing interest in synthetic materials.Hydrxyaopatite is a well-known biocompatible ceramic with a long history of success in middle ear surgery. Experimental studies have demonstrated that hydroxyapate granulae do not undergo morphological changes after long term inplanatation in the temporal bulae. The purpose of our work is to present an importance of hydroxyapatite granule for mastoid obliteration of open radical mastoid cavities and to point out a new concept as application of nanocrystalline calcium phosphate in otosurgery. In our retrospective review, we found that the majority of individuals undergoing mastoid surgery with obliteration achieved a dry ear and there was a reduction of clinic visits during fellow-up period between 1 to 5 years.",
publisher = "Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society",
journal = "Advanced Ceramics and Application : new frontiers in multifunctional material science and processing : program and the book of abstracts : V Serbian Ceramic Society Conference, Sep 21-23 September 2016, Belgrade",
title = "Application of hydroxyapatite granules in mastoid obliteration",
pages = "58-58"
}
Đerić, D. R., Ignjatović, N. L.,& Uskoković, D. (2016). Application of hydroxyapatite granules in mastoid obliteration.
Advanced Ceramics and Application : new frontiers in multifunctional material science and processing : program and the book of abstracts : V Serbian Ceramic Society Conference, Sep 21-23 September 2016, Belgrade
Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society., 58-58.
Đerić DR, Ignjatović NL, Uskoković D. Application of hydroxyapatite granules in mastoid obliteration. Advanced Ceramics and Application : new frontiers in multifunctional material science and processing : program and the book of abstracts : V Serbian Ceramic Society Conference, Sep 21-23 September 2016, Belgrade. 2016;:58-58
Đerić Dragoslava R., Ignjatović Nenad L., Uskoković Dragan, "Application of hydroxyapatite granules in mastoid obliteration" Advanced Ceramics and Application : new frontiers in multifunctional material science and processing : program and the book of abstracts : V Serbian Ceramic Society Conference, Sep 21-23 September 2016, Belgrade (2016):58-58