High-resolution computed tomography of temporal bone: Part II: coronal preoperative anatomy.

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The purpose of this 4-part series is to demonstrate the high-resolution axial and coronal anatomy of temporal bone from a flat-panel detector-based volume computed tomography (CT) scanner (parts I and II); these imaging planes are then used to outline the effect of different surgical procedures commonly applied to the temporal bone (parts III and IV). The… (More)

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@article{Bartling2005HighresolutionCT, title={High-resolution computed tomography of temporal bone: Part II: coronal preoperative anatomy.}, author={S{\"o}nke Bartling and Vershalee Shukla and Hartmut Becker and Thomas J. Brady and Anne Hayman and Rajiv Gupta}, journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography}, year={2005}, volume={29 4}, pages={566-9} }