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Cochlear–facial dehiscence in a pediatric patient

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Cochlear–facial dehiscence in a pediatric patient

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Dionysios J. Koroulakis, Brian K. Reilly & Matthew T. Whitehead 

Abstract

Temporal bone dehiscence is an infrequent but clinically important phenomenon. Cochlear–facial dehiscence, the rarest type, has been described only in adults. We report cochlear–facial dehiscence in a child. Knowledge of this entity is imperative for radiologists searching for anatomical markers of inner ear pathology and for cochlear implant planning.

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Year 2020
Language English
Format PDF
DOI 10.1007/s00247-019-04600-4