[Nasopharyngeal tonsillolith: a report of 31 cases].


OBJECTIVE Nasopharyngeal tonsilloliths are less well known to radiologists than palatine tonsil lithiases. The possibility of routinely available fine slices during CT scans of the head and neck prompted a retrospective study on the causes and radiological signs and patterns of nasopharyngeal tonsilloliths. MATERIAL AND METHODS A total of 515 CT scans… (More)


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@article{Salem2007NasopharyngealTA, title={[Nasopharyngeal tonsillolith: a report of 31 cases].}, author={D Ben Salem and Boris Guiu and Christian Duvillard and J F Couaillier and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Ricolfi}, journal={Journal de radiologie}, year={2007}, volume={88 2}, pages={259-62} }