Comparison of diagrammatic recording versus traditional written account of tympanomastoid procedures

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Accurate recording of operative findings is an essential part of effective patient management. It is important for monitoring patients at follow-up and enables surgeons to audit their operative outcomes. The middle ear and mastoid represent a complex composite structure, which is difficult to represent graphically. Traditional written accounts may be inaccurate and misleading, and can be open to misinterpretation.

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