During the last ten years the rate of surgery for glue ear in children has doubled in some parts of Britain.1 Surgeons are now more likely to insert a grommet in addition to performing myringotomy and adenoidectomy. Surgery is most often performed in children aged 5 – 8 years, when ear effusions tend to improve anyway.2 This article assesses the role of surgery in the management of glue ear.
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