Stapes Mobilization; Foot Plate Visualization Method (Revised), 1956
Scope and Contents
Warning: contains graphic surgical footage.
An endoscopic motion picture camera provides an up close view of a stapes mobilization surgery in this silent, color film. Intertitles are used to describe the procedure. The stapes, or stirrup bone, is not only the smallest bone in the human ear, but the smallest bone in the human body. The surgery is recommended as a preliminary to fenestration.
By George E. Shambaugh, Jr., MD, Eugene L. Derlacki, MD, and Wiley H. Harrison, MD, of the Department of Otolaryngology at Northwestern University Medical School. Photography by James E. Brubaker, utilizing the Brubaker-Holinger Endoscopic Motion Picture Camera.
- Shambaugh, George Elmer, Jr., 1903-1999 (Person)
- Derlacki, Eugene L., 1913-2004 (Person)
- Harrison, Wiley H., 1921-2000 (Person)
- LaRue, Mervin W., 1892-1973 (Producer, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Restrictions on use.
1 Reels : 11:24 minutes, color, silent, acetate base ; 16mm, 392 ft.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Immediate Source of Acquisition
See accession record 2018-18-079.
Existence and Location of Copies
Two 16mm copies.
Date was determined through research in the Neurological and Sensory Disease Film Guide, 1963.
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