Imaging Review of the Temporal Bone: Part II. Traumatic, Postoperative, and Noninflammatory Nonneoplastic Conditions.

@article{Juliano2015ImagingRO,
  title={Imaging Review of the Temporal Bone: Part II. Traumatic, Postoperative, and Noninflammatory Nonneoplastic Conditions.},
  author={Amy F Juliano and Daniel Thomas Ginat and Gul Moonis},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={276 3},
  pages={
          655-72
        }
}
The first part of this review of the temporal bone discussed anatomy of the temporal bone as well as inflammatory and neoplastic processes in the temporal bone region (1). This second part will first discuss trauma to the temporal bone and posttraumatic complications. The indications for common surgical procedures performed in the temporal bone and their postoperative imaging appearance are then presented. Finally, a few noninflammatory nonneoplastic entities involving the temporal bone are… CONTINUE READING
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