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Ten ears of congenital ossicular fixation without deformities of the external ear were presented. They were classified into two groups, three ears with malleus and/or incus fixation and seven with stapes fixations. The surgical treatment for the former group was to remove the axed part of the ossicles for the two ears and to mobilize the ossicle for the remained one. The removal of the fixed part yielded satisfactory results, but the mobilization failed to improve the hearing. Stapedectomy anddoi:10.3950/jibiinkoka.82.793 fatcat:x55xer2czraklcuorpt622qkte