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Also known as: cochlear implant surgery.
Cochlear implants are a form of hearing aid that are surgically implanted in the skin behind the ear. The implants also have an external portion that picks up sound and transmits it to the inner portion. They provide a sense of sound to people with extreme hearing problems or deafness.
The surgeon makes an incision behind the ear and opens the mastoid bone. Then the electrodes and receivers are implanted before the incisions are closed.
Reviewed by: Brian Ho, MD
This page was last updated on: January 18, 2022 07:05 PM