Q. Is it possible to insert GPRS chip inside ear?

Answered by
Dr. Baidya Nath Majhi
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
Published on Mar 09, 2016 and last reviewed on: Jun 10, 2019

Hi doctor,

Recently, I had an operation in left external auditory canal under general anesthesia. I am having doubt that some GPRS tracking system has been inserted during operation. Is it possible to insert GPRS or something like that inside ear? Please help me.

Dr. Baidya Nath Majhi

Otolaryngology (E.N.T)
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Hello,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

Yes, it is technically possible to implant a small GPRS (general packet radio service) chip in your post aural region. But, that type of device cost a lot.

I do not think that anyone can access to that type of device as shown in most of spy movies. So, do not worry. Nobody is going to track you. If still you have any doubt then you can do an x-ray of mastoid region to clarify it.


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