The provider removes or repairs a previously placed electromagnetic bone conduction hearing device in the temporal bone. These devices operate by passing an electric current into a coil that drives an adjacent magnet attached to one of the vibratory structures of the middle ear, e.g., tympanic membrane, ossicles, round window. The device requires removal if it cannot be repaired or if there is associated infection.
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