Glomus tumours of the ear: an imaging regime.

@article{Phelps1990GlomusTO,
  title={Glomus tumours of the ear: an imaging regime.},
  author={Pottenger Soma Roy Daniel J � Phelps},
  journal={Clinical radiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={301-5}
}
Jugulotympanic glomus tumours usually present in the middle ear either primarily or as a result of extension upwards from the jugular fossa. Usually they are the initial responsibility of the otologist. If the jugular fossa is involved, special head and neck surgical expertise is required in treatment and spread into the cranial cavity will involve the neurosurgeon. Previously, angiography was used for diagnosis and assessment of the extent of the tumour but it possesses disadvantages. A new… CONTINUE READING

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