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Vascular anomalies, sutures and small canals of the temporal bone on axial CT.
PURPOSE Subtle bony structures, small canals and fine sutures cause sometimes problems in the analysis of CTs of the temporal bone. The aim of this study was: to analyze the visibility of subtle… Expand
A misdiagnosed case of caesarean scar pregnancy
- J. Einenkel, P. Stumpp, S. Koesling, L. Horn, M. Höckel
- Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- 6 January 2005
Case reportWe report a case of an ectopic pregnancy in a caesarean section scar, which was initially misdiagnosed despite using ultrasound. For the first time, a strongly vascularised pelvic tumour… Expand
CT and MR imaging after middle ear surgery.
This article describes the current value of imaging in patients after stapes surgery and surgery after chronic otitis media including cholesteatoma. Possibilities and limits of computed tomography… Expand
Congenital malformations of the external and middle ear.
With the focus on imaging, this paper gives a summarized view of the present knowledge on fields, which are necessary to know for a profound understanding of congenital malformations of the external… Expand
Imaging and clinical findings in large endolymphatic duct and sac syndrome.
OBJECTIVE Large endolymphatic duct and sac syndrome (LEDS) is known as the most common kind of inner ear malformations, which is radiologically detectable. Nevertheless, nowadays many questions are… Expand
Distant metastases in meningioma: an underestimated problem
- A. Surov, Sebastian Gottschling, +5 authors S. Koesling
- Journal of Neuro-Oncology
- 13 February 2013
Meningioma is a common intracranial neoplasm derived from meningothelial cells. Meningiomas are associated with a benign clinical course. However, malignant behaviour such as metastatic disease has… Expand
Intravenous Port Catheter Embolization: Mechanisms, Clinical Features, and Management
- A. Surov, M. Buerke, E. John, S. Koesling, R. Spielmann, C. Behrmann
- 1 February 2008
Venous catheters are important therapeutic devices for the administration of fluid and chemotherapeutic agents; however, their use may be associated with serious complications, such as catheter… Expand
Diagnostic imaging modalities in head and neck disease.
- Florian Dammann, F. Bootz, M. Cohnen, S. Haßfeld, M. Tatagiba, S. Koesling
- Deutsches Arzteblatt international
- 9 June 2014
BACKGROUND Because of the complex anatomy of the head and neck region, conventional projection radiography alone is unreliable and carries a high risk of misdiagnosis. The poor risk-benefit ratio of… Expand
Cochlear implantation in a child with posttraumatic single-sided deafness
- S. Plontke, C. Heider, +4 authors T. Rahne
- European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
- 29 January 2013
Cochlear implantation has become a standard therapy for children with bilateral profound hearing loss, resulting in substantial and sustainable benefits for the development of expressive and… Expand
Mucoceles of the sphenoid sinus.
- S. Koesling, M. Hintner, S. Brandt, T. Schulz, M. Bloching
- European journal of radiology
- 1 July 2004
PURPOSE Mucoceles of the sphenoid sinus represent 1-2% of all paranasal sinus mucoceles. The aim of this paper is to report our experiences in patients with mucoceles of the sphenoid sinus. … Expand