Myringotomy is a distinctive surgical procedure to make a hole in the eardrum. It is generally paired with the inclusion of a tympanostomy tube, a tiny tube that is placed in the recently created hole in the eardrum, which allows infected material to discard from the middle ear. The process is performed by an otolaryngologist or ENT Surgeon. The surgery might be performed just on one ear if the middle ear issue is available just on one ear or on both ears if necessary. The surgery is most frequently performed on children under five years of age but may also be performed on older children and adults. The procedure is a temporary solution, yet can be repeated, if necessary, as the ear tubes eventually fall out.
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