During this procedure, the provider reconstructs the tympanic membrane, or eardrum, to fix a perforation and removes all or a portion of the mastoid. He may also reconstruct the posterior ear canal wall with cartilage, bone, or synthetic materials. This might involve reconstruction of the ear canal, tympanic membrane repair, and or other surgeries of the middle ear. Reconstruction of the ossicular chain is not included in this procedure.
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