Items tagged “inner ear”

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Otosclerosis

Otosclerosis (also known as otospongiosis) is an idiopathic slowly progressive primary disorder of the bony labyrinth. It is one of the leading causes of deafness in adults.  Terminology The term otosclerosis is somewhat of a misnomer. Much of the clinical course is characterised by lucent rat...
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Fenesteral otosclerosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 09 Feb 2009
77% complete
CTDiagram
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Bilateral Mondini malformations

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 13 Feb 2009
74% complete
CT
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Retrofenestral otosclerosis

 Diagnosis probable
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 18 Feb 2009
62% complete
CT
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Enlarged vestibular aqueducts

Enlarged Vestibul...
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 19 Feb 2009
86% complete
MRI
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Cochlear implant

Cochlear implants (CI) are a surgically implanted electronic device that provides a sense of sound to a person who is profoundly deaf or severely hard of hearing. Unlike conventional hearing aids, the cochlear implant does not amplify sound, but works by directly stimulating any functioning audi...
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Cochlear aplasia

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 18 May 2009
53% complete
CT
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Intravestibular lipoma

Intravestibular lipomas are rare congenital fatty masses located in the vestibule of the inner ear.  Clinical presentation Patients usually present with sensorineural hearing loss.  Pathology Their pathogenesis is thought to be the same as that of other intracranial lipomas. Associations l...
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Fissula ante fenestram

The fissula ante fenestram (FAF), also known as the cochlear cleft, is a small connective tissue-filled cleft located where the tendon of the tensor tympani muscle turns laterally toward the malleus. It is situated immediately anterior to the oval window, and posterior to the cochleariform proce...
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Cochlear anomalies (classification)

Cochlear anomalies are a variety of congenital anomalies which, depending on the exact time at which an insult occurs during embryogenesis, may have different manifestations. Terminology is often used imprecisely leading to confusion not only among clinicians, but also in the literature. Classi...
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Superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome

Superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome (SCDS) is a recently described inner ear abnormality, where a clinical disequilibrium phenomenon is associated with the absence of the bony covering of the superior semicircular canal (SSC). Notably, this CT finding has also been described in ~10%...
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Labyrinthitis ossificans - bilateral

Labyrinthitis oss...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 13 Nov 2010
75% complete
MRICT
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Cochlear implant

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 15 Dec 2010
56% complete
CT
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Superior semicircular canal dehiscence

Right side
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 29 Dec 2010
80% complete
CT
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Michel defect

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Paresh K Desai
Published 18 Feb 2012
56% complete
CT
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Labyrinthitis ossificans

Axial view
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Bruno Costa Gomes
Published 14 Feb 2013
81% complete
CTMRI
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Labyrinthitis ossificans

Labyrinthitis ossificans (LO), also known as labyrinthine ossification, represents pathological ossification of the membranous labyrinth as a response to an insult to the inner ear. Clinical presentation It is usually associated with profound sensorineural hearing loss.  Pathology It most co...
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Cochlear incomplete partition type III

Cochlear incomplete partition type III (IP-III), also termed X-linked deafness, is a rare type of genetic cochlear anomaly associated with mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss.  Pathology It is caused a mutation in the POU3F4 gene located on the X chromosome. Clinical presentation ...
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Mondini malformation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mohammad Taghi Niknejad
Published 23 Jul 2013
83% complete
CT
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Facial nerve anatomy - labeled CT

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 30 Apr 2014
36% complete
CT

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