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ECR 2016 / C-0661
How not to get lost in the darkness of the tympanic cavity in MR Imaging ?
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Congress: ECR 2016
Poster No.: C-0661
Type: Educational Exhibit
Keywords: Head and neck, Ear / Nose / Throat, Anatomy, MR, CT, Diagnostic procedure, Tissue characterisation, Education and training
Authors: M. D. A. Cavalcanti1, A. Venkatasamy1, M. Eliezer2, F. Veillon3; 1Strasbourg/FR, 2paris/FR, 3Strasbourg Cedex/FR


1.Veillon F. Imagerie de l’oreille et de l’os temporal. Médecine-Sciences Publications, Lavoisier, Paris, 2013, p 1599.


2.De Foer B, Vercruysse JP, Spaepen M et al. Diffusion-weighted magnetic ressonance imaging of the temporal bone. Neuroradiology, 2010, 52:785-807.


3.Dubrulle F, Souillard R, Chechin D et al. Diffusion-weighted MR imaging sequence in the detection of postoperative recurrent cholesteatoma. Radiology, 2006, 238:604-610.


4.Casselman JW, Mark AS, Butman JA. Anatomy and diseases of the temporal bone. In: SW Atlas. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and spine, 4th ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott-Williams and Wilkins, 2009, 22:1193-1257.

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