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GERSDORFF M, GARIN P. L'endoscopie de l'oreille modifie-t-elle la
classification des poches de rétraction et les indications
opératoires ? Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 1994;115,5:367-368.
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AW, STACK JP, McAVOY GJ, RICE HJ. Quantifying healthy ear canal
geometry using magnetic resonance imaging. In : M. Portmann Ed.
Transplants and implants in otology III. Amsterdam/New York Kugler
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