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Its been a long time since he has had the graft / tympanoplasty done. The graft must have taken really well and become strong by now.
If he has normal Eustachian tube function, which can be checked by an ENT, then he can participate in scuba diving.
He says that he can still get air pushing through, or whistling, but I don't know if that's to be expected
Ok, so I think I might just have to abandon the surprise element
I have personally allowed some of my patients to go scuba diving after the ENT has confirmed that their equilizing is good and that their Eustachian tubes are functional.
Air pushing through where?
Thank you for your help - I'll get him booked in.
Through his ears? Say when he clows his nose
Well that means that the Eustachain tubes are functional.
But nonetheless, it needs to be confirmed.
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