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acoustic AJNR anatomy appearance aqueduct Arch arrow associated axial CT image bony cause cavity cells Chapter cholesteatoma chronic clinical cochlear common computed congenital contrast coronal CT image cranial cranial nerve debris deformity demonstrates diagnosis disease enhancement et al evaluation extends external facial nerve facial nerve canal Figure findings fistula fracture glomus Head hearing loss identified incus inferior inner ear internal internal auditory canal involvement jugular bulb jugular foramen labyrinth labyrinthine Laryngol lateral left ear lesions Magnified axial mass mastoid medial middle ear Neck normal Note occur ossicular otitis Otol Otolaryngol otosclerosis oval window paraganglioma patients petrous apex portion posterior present Radiology rare result right ear schwannoma seen segment semicircular canal shows sigmoid signal sinus soft tissue stapes structures superior surgery surgical syndrome temporal bone tion tissue tumor tympanic tympanic membrane usually vascular vestibular vestibule
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