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Curtin HD
American Journal of Roentgenology
This article presents an approach to imaging conductive hearing loss in patients with normal tympanic membranes and discusses entities that should be checked as the radiologist evaluates this potentially complicated issue. Conductive hearing loss in a patient with a normal tympanic membrane is a complicated condition that requires a careful imaging approach. Imaging should focus on otosclerosis, and possible mimics and potential surgical considerations should be evaluated. The radiologist should examine the ossicular chain and the round window and keep in mind that a defect in the superior semicircular canal can disturb the hydraulic integrity of the labyrinth.

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Curtin HD. Imaging of Conductive Hearing Loss With a Normal Tympanic Membrane. American Journal of Roentgenology 2016; 206:49-56
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June 5 2016

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