Complications of Bone Anchored Hearing Aid Surgery

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Abstract

Bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA) surgery is increasingly being performed to rehabilitate hearing in adult and paediatric patient populations with a wide variety of underlying aetiologies. In carefully selected patients BAHA is generally a well tolerated day case procedure with favourable long-term outcomes. Here we review a variety of the common and relatively rare complications that have been reported.

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