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Endoscopic Tympanoplasty

Transcanal endoscopic tympanoplasty is illustrated with steps explained. This is a "realistic" case with bleeding and middle ear adhesions; tips to overcome these hurdles are discussed. DOI# Editor Recruited by: Ravi N. Samy

Cholesterol Granuloma Petrous Apex Revision

Contributors: Ravi N. Samy, M.D., F.A.C.S (University of Cincinnati / CCHMC) and  Shawn Stevens, M.D. Cholesterol granuloma recurrence at the petrous apex.   The patient had a prior surgery performed without stenting. Revision surgery at UC performed with double-barrel stent placement. External Related Links: DOI: Editor Recruited By: Ravi N. Samy, MD, FACS

Total Facial Nerve Decompression via Combined Middle Fossa-Transmastoid Approach

This video demonstrates total facial nerve decompression via combined Middle Fossa-Transmastoid approach. Gavriel D. Kohlberg, MD,1 Noga Lipschitz, MD,1 Charles B. Poff, BS,2 MD, Ravi N. Samy, MD, FACS1,3 1 Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, USA 2 College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, USA 3 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Total Facial Nerve Decompression via Combined Middle Cranial Fossa and Transmastoid approach

Authors: Gavriel D. Kohlberg, MD - University of Cincinnati Noga Lipschitz, MD - University of Cincinnati Charlie Poff, BS - Medical University of South Carolina Ravi N. Samy, MD, FACS - University of Cincinnati

Lateral Temporal Bone Resection

Contributors: Paul W. Gidley, MD This video demonstrates the basic steps of lateral temporal bone resection for cancers involving the ear canal. The lateral temporal bone resection removes the ear canal en bloc, preserving the facial nerve and stapes. DOI: Editor Recruited By: Ravi N. Samy, MD, FACS

Revision mastoidectomy

Emphasis on soft tissue removal DOI: Author Recruited by: Ravi N. Samy, MD, FACS

Use of CO2 laser in preparation for cochlear implant via round window

Use of CO2 laser in preparation for cochlear implant via round window

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Ravi N. Samy, MD, FACS

University of Cincinnati
  • Director, Cochlear Implant and Auditory Brainstem Implant Program
  • Program Director, Neurotology Fellowship
  • Associate Professor, Department of Otolaryngology

Dr. Ravi Samy was born in Madras (now Chennai), India. He emigrated to the United States in 1973, at the age of 4. The first city in the US in which he lived was Canton, OH. After spending a few years in Connecticut during his father’s psychiatry residency, he moved to Wichita Falls, TX. He spent most of his formative years in Texas and considers himself a Texan. After graduating high school as co-valedictorian, Dr. Samy matriculated at Duke University. He graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Zoology in 1991. He then stayed on at Duke University School of Medicine and graduated in 1995. From 1995-2000, Dr. Samy was an intern and then a resident at Stanford University School of Medicine, where he developed a love for otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery. From 2000-2002, he was a fellow in Neurotology at the University of Iowa. After graduating, he was an Assistant Professor from 2002-2005 at UT-Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. Although he never wanted to leave Texas again, he was enamored with a phenomenal academic opportunity in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center. He has been there for almost 8 years. He became an Associate Professor last year. During his time here, he has created an ACGME accredited, two-year Neurotology fellowship, one of only approximately 15 in the country. Dr. Samy serves not only as Program Director for the Neurotology Fellowship but also as the Director of the Cochlear Implant and Auditory Brainstem Implant program. His research interests include cochlear and auditory brainstem implantation as well as acoustic neuromas, neurofibromatosis type 2, facial nerve tumors, and other diseases and disorders of the lateral skull base. Finally, he is interested in using novel techniques and technologies to eradicate tumors, such as the use of surgical robotic systems or synthetic biology in the form of bacterial robotics systems. He is collaborating with researchers in India, including one of his former fellows, to incorporate these technologies and to enhance global health and increase collaboration between UC and international institutions, thus benefiting both US citizens and those of other nations.

Dr. Samy’s website, provides information about Cochlear Implants, including FAQ, Cochlear Implant Surgery, preparation and more.

webinar (3)

Dr. Derald Brackmann

Join us in the journey of the legend as he gives us insights into his life and his achievements. Join us to be inspired by one of the best surgeons in the world.

Dr. Brackmann will be joined by Dr. Ravi N. Samy, Chief of Otology/Neurotology at the University of Cincinnati , along with Dr. James G. Naples, Otologist/Neurotologist of Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess.

Treatment of Chronic Atelectatic Middle Ear with Endoscopic Placement of Cartilage Shield T-tube

Join this interactive webinar with Drs. Ravi N. Samy (University of Cincinnati Medical Center) James G. Naples (Beth Isreal Deaconess / Harvard Medical), and Yi-Chun Carol Liu (Baylor).

These faculty members in otology/neurotology will feature a video on the treatment of chronic atelectatic middle ear with endoscopic placement of cartilage shield T-tube while providing their commentary on the approach and sharing best practices for success.

The Future of Otology/Neurotology Surgery and Education in the Post-COVID Era

Join this interactive webinar with Drs. Ravi N. Samy (Cincinnati), Per Caye-Thomasen (Denmark), Sampath Rao (India), Alex Karkas (France), and James G. Naples (Boston). These faculty members in otology/neurotology will discuss their thoughts on the future of otologic surgery after the pandemic.

The panel will discuss topics such as decision-making, the state of elective surgery, telemedicine, and many others.
This webinar is the third installation of a series on surgery in the COVID 19 era, brought to you by CSurgeries. To access the previous recordings please go to:

This webinar is sponsored by Grace Medical (

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