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We have recently examined three young patients with congenital unilateral profound sensorineural hearing loss. On computed tomography the only abnormality discovered was a remarkably enlarged vestibular aqueduct on the abnormal side. The vestibular aqueduct syndrome is an important cause of congenital hearing loss. Although this finding has been well(More)
High-resolution computed tomography (CT) provides an excellent method for examination of the surgically altered middle ear and mastoid. Closed-cavity and open-cavity types of mastoidectomy are illustrated. Recurrent cholesteatoma in the mastoid bowl is easily diagnosed. Different types of tympanoplasty are discussed and illustrated, as are tympanostomy(More)
OBJECTIVE Homonymous hemianopia due to damage to the optic radiations or visual cortex is a possible consequence of tumor resection involving the temporal or occipital lobes. The purpose of this review is to present and analyze a series of studies regarding the use of awake craniotomy (AC) to decrease visual field deficits following neurosurgery. (More)
Number of pages: 72 pages Thank you very much for reading diagnosis and management of hearing loss. As you may know, people have search numerous times for their favorite novels like this diagnosis and management of hearing loss, but end up in harmful downloads. Rather than reading a good book with a cup of coffee in the afternoon, instead they juggled with(More)
Dysplasias of the external auditory canal can be evaluated with high resolution CT using proper technique. Images are studied to determine the type of atresia (membranous or bony) and the thickness of the associated atretic plate (if present). Other findings sought include the degree of pneumatization, the status of the fenestrae, the size of the tympanic(More)
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