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Annotated bibliography.
MPEG-4 | Voice Separation | Fingerprinting | Watermarking :. MPEG-4 .: References Brandenburg, K. 1999. MP3 and ACC explained. Proceedings of the Audio Engineering Society Conference on High QualityExpand
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The temporal bone.
The entire topic of temporal bone imaging cannot be addressed in a single Radiologic Clinics of North America article. In consultation with the editor, We have decided to limit our discussion toExpand
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Sensorineural hearing deficit: a systematic approach based on imaging findings.
  • J. Swartz
  • Medicine
  • Radiographics : a review publication of the…
  • 1 May 1996
Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) can be classified audiometrically into two varieties: sensory (cochlear) and neural (retrocochlear). Individuals with sensory SNHL have damage to the "end organ"Expand
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Congenital malformations of the external and middle ear: high-resolution CT findings of surgical import.
The external auditory canal, middle ear, and bulk of the ossicular chain develop from the first branchial groove, first and second branchial arches, and first pharyngeal pouch. EmbryologicExpand
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Cholesteatomas of the middle ear. Diagnosis, etiology, and complications.
  • J. Swartz
  • Medicine
  • Radiologic clinics of North America
  • 1 March 1984
Cholesteatomas of the middle ear may be either congenital or acquired. Acquired lesions arise from either the pars flaccida or the pars tensa of the tympanic membrane. Etiology, modes of extension,Expand
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CT of the temporal bone: findings after mastoidectomy, ossicular reconstruction, and cochlear implantation.
Because of its superior visualization of bone detail, compared with that of MR imaging, CT commonly is used in patients who have had otomastoid or other forms of temporal bone surgery. The alreadyExpand
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High-resolution computed tomography of the middle ear and mastoid. Part II: Tubotympanic disease.
Of more than 200 patients who underwent high-resolution computed tomography (CT) of the middle ear, the vast majority had tubotympanic disease in one of its forms: middle ear effusion,Expand
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Labyrinthine ossification: etiologies and CT findings.
Ossification of the membranous labyrinth (labyrinthitis ossificans) develops as the final result of many inflammatory processes, for example, meningitis, blood-borne septic emboli, middle earExpand
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MR imaging of parotid mass lesions: attempts at histopathologic differentiation.
Thirty-four parotid lesions were examined with magnetic resonance imaging. The lesions were studied for a number of factors including size, T1 signal (relative to muscle), T2 signal (relative toExpand
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Temporal bone trauma.
  • J. Swartz
  • Medicine
  • Seminars in ultrasound, CT, and MR
  • 1 June 2001
Temporal bone trauma has numerous manifestations, many of which are detectable by current imaging techniques. Our discussion of temporal bone trauma is subdivided into fractures and pseudofractures,Expand
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