Michael H. Fritsch, MD, FACS, ProfessorSpecializing in ear care and hearing loss
Ear and Inner Ear Surgery | Skull-base Surgery | Cochlear Implants | BAHA Implants
Acoustic Neuromas | Ear and Facial Nerve Tumors | Otosclerosis | Glomus Tumors
Mastoidectomy | Stapedectomy Perforation | Eustachian Tube dilation
Dr. Fritsch was on staff at and had his office at Riley Hospital for children for over 20 years. He achieved full Professorship while at Indiana University. Dr Fritsch has done thousands of pediatric surgical cases during his career. Dr Fritsch has written a Pediatric...
Cholesteatoma is an ear pathology that is quite commonly seen in this office. Cholesteatoma is an abnormal invasion of external dry skin into the area behind inside of the eardrum. This invasion means that skin from the ear canal gains access to the areas of the ear...
AIED is a problem that has been known since 1979 and discovered by Brian McCabe, M.D. AIED is in a class of diseases known as "rheumatic" or "autoimmune diseases". Any organ can be mistakenly attacked by the person's own immune system and give rise to inflammation and...
Hearing Aids | Tinnitus Treatment | Hearing Testing | Cochlear Implants
Salivary Duct | Endoscopic Salivary Surgery | Salivary Gland
Salivary Stones | Stenosis | Stricture
Mucocele | Sialendoscopy