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Ossiculoplasty is a surgical procedure used to reconstruct the ossicular chain located in the inner ear. Damage to the three small bones of the ear (malleus, incus and stapes) results in hearing loss and repair using ossiculoplasty will help restore normal hearing. Surgery is usually dependent on the severity of conductive hearing loss.
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