The incision used in endomeatal approach to the ear is?

The incision used in endomeatal approach to the ear is?
A. Lempert I incision
B. Rosen’s incision
C. Lempert II incision
D. Wilde’s incision

Correct answer : B. Rosen’s incision

  • Tympanomeatal flap is raised to expose the middle ear in endomeatal approach.
  • Rosen’s incision is used in the endomeatal approach for stapedectomy.
  • It is also used for exploratory tympanotomy.

Ref: Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat by P.L. Dhingra, 5th edition, p410, 411.

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