Labyrinthine ossification: etiologies and CT findings.

  title={Labyrinthine ossification: etiologies and CT findings.},
  author={J. Swartz and D. Mandell and E. Faerber and G. Popky and J. Ardito and S. B. Steinberg and C. Rojer},
  volume={157 2},
  • J. Swartz, D. Mandell, +4 authors C. Rojer
  • Published 1985
  • Medicine
  • Radiology
  • Ossification of the membranous labyrinth (labyrinthitis ossificans) develops as the final result of many inflammatory processes, for example, meningitis, blood-borne septic emboli, middle ear infection, and cholesteatoma. Labyrinthine ossification may also occur as a result of previous labyrinthectomy or secondary to trauma. Seven cases of labyrinthine ossification accompanied by severe vertigo and total hearing loss in the affected ear are discussed. The computed tomographic appearance of… CONTINUE READING
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