Post traumatic deafness: a pictorial review of CT and MRI findings

@inproceedings{Maillot2016PostTD,
  title={Post traumatic deafness: a pictorial review of CT and MRI findings},
  author={Olivier Maillot and Arnaud Atty{\'e} and Eric Boyer and Olivier Heck and Adrian Kastler and Sylvie D. Grand and S{\'e}bastien Schmerber and Alexandre Krainik},
  booktitle={Insights into imaging},
  year={2016}
}
AbstractHearing loss is a common functional disorder after trauma, and radiologists should be aware of the ossicular, labyrinthine or brain lesions that may be responsible. After a trauma, use of a systematic approach to explore the main functional components of auditory pathways is essential. Conductive hearing loss is caused by the disruption of the conductive chain, which may be due to ossicular luxation or fracture. This pictorial review firstly describes the normal 2-D and 3-D anatomy of… CONTINUE READING
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