Fibrous dysplasia of the temporal bone: ten new cases demonstrating the spectrum of otologic sequelae.

@article{Megerian1995FibrousDO,
  title={Fibrous dysplasia of the temporal bone: ten new cases demonstrating the spectrum of otologic sequelae.},
  author={Cliff A. Megerian and Robert A. Sofferman and Michael J McKenna and Roland D. Eavey and Joseph B. Nadol},
  journal={The American journal of otology},
  year={1995},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={408-19}
}
monostotic. Although most patients had a conductive hearing loss, 17% of patients demonstrated profound sensorineural hearing loss ascribable to the lesion, and facial nerve sequelae were noted in nearly 10% of cases. Cholesteatoma complicated almost 40% of cases, usually in the form of a canal cholesteatoma. Ten new cases of temporal bone fibrous dysplasia are described not only to further clarify the spectrum of otologic sequelae but also to help illustrate available treatment options. In… CONTINUE READING

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