Transoral Styloidectomy

This surgery is done to treat Eagle syndrome, which is elongation of the styloid process, or when the ligament is calcified. The normal length of the styloid process is 20-30mm in adults, and an elongated process is one longer than 30mm.

Positioning: Supine (some surgeons like a . . .

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