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Mastoid X-ray in Suspected Atticoantral Disease

MRI of Cerebellopontine Angle- Normal Axial Cut

MRI of Cerebellopontine Angle- Normal Coronal Cut

MRI in Cerebellopontine Angle Tumour Imaging

High Resolution CT-scan of The Temporal Bone: Mastoid Pneumatization

   Normal and well-pneumatized mastoids           Zygomatic penumatization

High Resolution CT-scan of The Temporal Bone: Mastoid Hypo-Pneumatization

An asymmetric and hypo-pneumatized right mastoid.

High Resolution CT-scan of The Temporal Bone: Malleolar-Incudal Joint

High Resolution CT-scan of The Temporal Bone: High Jugular Bulb

Prominent right jugular bulb dehiscent abutting the tympanic sinus (+).

High Resolution CT-scan of The Temporal Bone: Mastoiditis

Axial cut.

Coronal cut.

Temporal Bone Fractures

Figure shows:

(i) right petrous bone fractures (transverse and longitudinal) extending from the petrous bone to the inferior and lateral walls of right sphenoid sinus and,

(ii) left petrous bone fracture (longitudinal) extending to the lateral wall of the left sphenoid sinus.

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Figure A

 

Figure B

 

High resolution CT-scan of temporal bone in axial cut (Figure A) and sagittal cut (Figure B) showing left haemosinus and haemotympanum complicating temporal bone fractures. 

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