The future of stapes surgery

June 30, 2005
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Guest Editorial
The future of stapes surgery has been a matter of concern and conjecture since the 1970s. Reflecting on this subject in preparation for a lecture to the Otosclerosis Study Group presented on September 18, 2004, I queried distinguished senior otologists, using a questionnaire. They included Otosclerosis Study Group members Drs. John Shea, Jr., John Emmett, John House, Bill Lippy, Jack Hough, and Joe Nadol, and fellow Jack Wazen.

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