Radiology of the cochlear aqueduct.

  title={Radiology of the cochlear aqueduct.},
  author={Lela M Migirov and Jona Kronenberg},
  journal={The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology},
  volume={114 11},
OBJECTIVES We sought to determine normative data for the radiologic presentation of the cochlear aqueduct (CA), hypothesizing that increasing the scanner's resolution could enhance detection capability. METHODS Axial sections of 502 high-resolution computed tomography (CT) images of temporal bones (488 patients) were reviewed. A type 1 CA was visualized on CT scans up to the vestibule, and its portion in the otic capsule segment could be seen as a thin (<1 mm) streak. In type 2, we were able… CONTINUE READING


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