Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery
The division has close and collegial relationships with partners in the Department of Neurosurgery the Division of Interventional Neuroradiology and in the Maryland Hearing & Balance Center, led by Director Angela Lataille, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA.
These partnerships allows us to offer pediatric and adult patients all available treatment options for whatever their needs. We provide the complete range of hearing restoration options for our patients to serve all of their hearing and communication needs.
Conditions we treat include:
- Chronic otitis media with and without cholesteatoma
- Hearing loss
- Acoustic neuroma and other skull base tumors
- Pulsatile tinnitus due to all causes, including sigmoid sinus wall anomalies (diverticulum, dehiscence and ectasia).
- Superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome
- Meniere’s disease
- Facial nerve paralysis due to trauma, tumors, infection, surgery and other causes.
- Non-rhythmic tinnitus
Amongst the treatment options we offer are:
- Tympanoplasty surgery, with and without mastoidectomy
- Ossicular chain reconstruction
- Pediatric and Adult Cochlear Implantation
- Bone-conduction hearing devices, surgical and non-surgical, including Baha, Ponto and SoundBite devices.
- Intratympanic perfusions for hearing loss and vertigo
- Hearing aids
- Tinnitus habituation therapy
- All lateral skull base approaches to acoustic neuromas, with and without hearing preservation
- Sinus wall reconstruction for sigmoid sinus wall anomalies
- Venous stents for dural sinus stenosis causing pulsatile tinnitus
Dr. David Eisenman and Dr. Nicole Nguyen discuss cochlear implants.