Ercole Di Martino

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In contrast to most of the clinical examinations, the In Sec. II we introduce a novel approach where the transmis-sonotubometric assessment of the Eustachian tube function allows sion link between the nose and the ear is excited with so-called the registration of the tube opening at the perforated, as well as perfect sequences (PSEQ) [1], [2]. The(More)
PURPOSE The aim of the current study was to compare 3-dimensional T2-weighted turbo spin-echo (TSE) axial slices, maximum-intensity projections (MIPs), and volume-rendered images with respect to the delineation of pathologic findings and anatomic structures of the inner ear. Each of the compared image types was available at 2 different resolutions. (More)
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