Temporal bone disease: a comparison between high resolution computed tomography and pluridirectional tomography.


Sixty-five patients with suspected ear disease were examined with CT, and abnormalities were detected in 42 of them; 58 of these patients also had pluridirectional tomographic examinations. Eighteen of the patients in whom abnormalities were detected underwent exploratory surgery. CT was useful in the diagnosis of tympanic membrane swelling, fluid in the… (More)


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