... Good Morning where are you located? Number 3 ranked doctor and hospital for otosclerosis is Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore MD. I had stapedectomy there 12/19/16 my hearing is restored in left ear!!
Let me know if you have other questions, also University of Penn is highly ranked
Michelle (4 replies)
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... Hello! have you figured out any additional info since this post? I am 38 and was diagnosed on 9/14/16 with Otosclerosis and my cat scan did show the disease was pretty advanced but I was told that is not the case for everyone with the disease.i elected to get the surgery and researched the top doctors in the U.S. and I'm in the East Coast and I found Dr. Matthew Stewart at... (4 replies)
... Long shot but was refused an MRI today as I had a Stapedectomy in 1976, which was not successful as it became infected and I lost my hearing. ... (0 replies)
... Years ago, I had a Stapedectomy in my left ear. ... (0 replies)
... I don't know about an MRI, but my surgeon sent me for a CT scan after he suspected otosclerosis. The radiology report said there was no evidence of otosclerosis, but the surgeon called me a few days later and said that he could see the otosclerosis on the scan and recommended that I have bilateral stapedectomies. (19 replies)
... veral thousand. The results of the second were much much better, and the last time I talked to him about it, he was considering a revision procedure of the first stapedectomy that had less than stellar results. ... (19 replies)
... I think as well as the surgeon it does also depend on your history and any other possible problems to do with the ear. I'm 19 years old and had a stapedectomy in December. I have had problems with my ears since, well I was born. Before the stapedectomy I had moderate hearing loss in my right ear, and minor in my left. ... (8 replies)
... so sorry to hear about your husband but it is good that he is responding well to treatment. I used to work in a hospital with MRI scanners and it is amazing what they can do these days. More and more people are living longer after being diagnosed with all sorts of stuff. ... (70 replies)
... The differences are very minor but it has been indicated that Teflon titanium wire is slightly superior in closing the air-bone gap.
The results cannot be meaningfully compared to hearing with hearing aids as the sound that reaches the inner ear when using any kind of hearing aid is being processed and will for few more years sound artificial. The bone implants made of any... (39 replies)
... I have got my Surgery done in May 2009, and I'm 100% satisfied with the outcome and also with the services of my doctor Brad Hendricks from Palo Alto Medical Foundation. In 2007 I went to a Doctor in John Hopkins University Medical center and I was discouraged after going thru MRI & Audio test. The reason behind this is that if you can live with it, dont mess with it. As we... (51 replies)
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... And I had a shoulder MRI sometime after the first one, and it was safe. The MRI center checked with my doctor and looked it up. This last time, I got a card with all the information for future MRIs. ... (4 replies)
... Stapedectomy (Possible Ossicular Chain Reconstruction), Hearing Aids, or Nothing. Those are my options giving to me last Tuesday in Columbia, MO.
I'm an active 40yr old family man with no clue what to do. If I would put my hearing (right ear) on a scale from 1-100, I would rate it around 25 (with constant ringing). Knowing the risk of losing my hearing completely makes it... (4 replies)
... Anyway, did a CT scan and an MRI and the CT scan showed something that could be characterized as otosclerosis. ... (101 replies)
... Thanks for the information. I will certainly ask my doctor about my upcoming
MRI. I have had poor hearing for 15years and now that I can hear again it has literally changed my life. I do not want to back to that place ever again.
It got to the point I almost couldn't function at my job. I just hope this operation stays good for 20+years.
Cliff (4 replies)
... You should've gotten an MRI card showing info about your prostethisis. Now a days they are safe for MRI, and most titanium rods are clamp on real tight too. ... (4 replies)
... This post got my attention because I just had a Stapedectomy in January. ... (4 replies)
... steel one. He believes the MRI has wiggled the stapes loose. ... (4 replies)
... can't they find that out with an MRI before surgery? ... (9 replies)