alexa Abstract | Role of Tissue Adhesive in Otorhinolaryngology

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This paper summarises the effectiveness of tissue adhesives in otorhinolaryngology. Although the adhesion system cannot and should not replace surgical suture, it provides valuable assistance in tissue synthesis and in local haemostasis, particularly in cases where conventional suture methods are especially difficult to apply. In addition to good adhesion, an elastic consistency, and good tissue compatibility, the adhesive is completely absorbed. The system has been used successfully in myringoplasty, laryngectomy during pharyngeal closure, repair of CSF leak, laryngocele, and ossiculoplasty.

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Author(s): Karthikeyan Arjunan Balasubramanian Thiagarajan Seethalaksmi Narashiman


surgical therapy , laryngectomy, head pain

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