Description of the normal variants of the anatomical shapes of the sella turcica using plain radiographs: experience from Sokoto, Northwestern Nigeria.

@article{Zagga2008DescriptionOT,
  title={Description of the normal variants of the anatomical shapes of the sella turcica using plain radiographs: experience from Sokoto, Northwestern Nigeria.},
  author={Abdullahi Daudu Zagga and Haroon Ahmed and Aziz Abdo Tadros and Sule A Saidu},
  journal={Annals of African medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={77-81}
}
BACKGROUND The anatomy of the sella turcica is variable in size and shape. It has been classified into three types: round, oval and flat. It can also be deep or shallow in both children and adults. The floor of the sella turcica which in most cases is concave may be, flat or even convex. In both anatomical and radiological practice in Nigeria, normal data in relation to the description of the normal variants of the anatomical shapes of the sella turcica are based on Caucasian studies. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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