Recurrences after excision of exostoses in the auditory canal: Myth or reality?

Wolfram Pethe & Klaus Begall
Background: Removal of exostoses in the auditory canal is the most common operative surgery in the outer ear canal region. Eardrum perforation, injuries of the ossicular chain, wound healing disorders, tinnitus, sensoneural hearing loss, earache and paresis of the facial nerve have been described as[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]