|ECR 2016 / C-0661|
|How not to get lost in the darkness of the tympanic cavity in MR Imaging ?|
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A precise localization of a lesion in the tympanic cavity is very important before surgery.
MRI is often the only way to document precisely a lesion particularly in the field of recurrent cholesteatoma. The radiologist must learn how to exactly and easily localize a lesion in the middle ear.
With this MRI reading technique, there is no need to superimpose CT and MRI anymore
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