Clinical investigation of flat panel CT following middle ear reconstruction: a study of 107 patients

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After middle ear reconstruction using partial or total ossicular replacement prostheses (PORP/TORP), an air–bone gap (ABG) may persist because of prosthesis displacement or malposition. So far, CT of the temporal bone has played the main role in the diagnosis of reasons for postoperative insufficient ABG improvement. Recent experimental and clinical studies… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00330-013-3068-7

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@article{Zaoui2013ClinicalIO, title={Clinical investigation of flat panel CT following middle ear reconstruction: a study of 107 patients}, author={Karim Zaoui and Jan Kromeier and Marcus Neudert and Thomas Beleites and Thomas Zahnert and Roland Laszig and Christian Offergeld}, journal={European Radiology}, year={2013}, volume={24}, pages={587-594} }