Severe calcified stylohyoid complex in twins: a case report

@inproceedings{Kim2012SevereCS,
  title={Severe calcified stylohyoid complex in twins: a case report},
  author={Jo-Eun Kim and Jung-Hyun Min and Hae-rang Park and Bo-Ram Choi and Jin-Woo Choi and Kyung-Hoe Huh},
  booktitle={Imaging science in dentistry},
  year={2012}
}
The styloid process is a cylindrical, long cartilaginous bone located on the temporal bone. The calcified stylohyoid ligament and elongated styloid process can be identified radiographically, and they are associated with a number of syndromes and symptoms. The exact cause of the styloid process elongation due to calcification and subsequent ossification of ligament is unclear. This report presents a case of severely calcified stylohyoid ligament complex occurred in twins who have the same… CONTINUE READING

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