Magnetic resonance imaging of the fetal temporal bone.

Abstract

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a powerful new tool for the study of human anatomy and pathology. By various MRI techniques, the structure of the middle and inner ears of aborted 20-week fetuses is defined and compared to gross anatomic sections. MRI's potential for evaluating temporal bone development and diseases of the ear is discussed.

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@article{Isaacson1986MagneticRI, title={Magnetic resonance imaging of the fetal temporal bone.}, author={Glenn C Isaacson and Maureen Mintz and Clarence Takashi Sasaki}, journal={The Laryngoscope}, year={1986}, volume={96 12}, pages={1343-6} }