Interpretation of Computed Tomography of the Petrous Temporal Bone

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This review will familiarise the reader with the normal radiological anatomy of the temporal bone as demonstrated on high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT). In addition, common pathology affecting the temporal bone will also be presented. The reader will be shown a systematic approach to viewing HRCT of the petrous temporal bone.

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  • Authors: E K Hughes, J P Hughes & G Madani
  • Keywords: Anatomy, Temporal bone, Computed Tomography, Imaging, Ear, Petrous
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