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CT-IMAGING OF LESSER KNOWN OR SEEN ANATOMICAL STRUCTURES OF THE TEMPORAL BONE

SVEN DEKEYZER (UGent) and Marc Lemmerling (UGent)
(2008) JBR-BTR. 91(5). p.217-219
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Temporal bone anatomy is complicated on CT with many normal variants, of which some are infrequently seen or lesser known. The unaware radiologist can confuse them with pathology. Other lesser known normal variations are important to report because they can cause pathology. This paper illustrates in detail how to avoid such misinterpretations of anatomical structures.

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DEKEYZER, SVEN, and Marc Lemmerling. 2008. “Ct-imaging of Lesser Known or Seen Anatomical Structures of the Temporal Bone.” Jbr-btr 91 (5): 217–219.
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DEKEYZER, SVEN, & Lemmerling, M. (2008). CT-IMAGING OF LESSER KNOWN OR SEEN ANATOMICAL STRUCTURES OF THE TEMPORAL BONE. JBR-BTR, 91(5), 217–219.
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DEKEYZER S, Lemmerling M. CT-IMAGING OF LESSER KNOWN OR SEEN ANATOMICAL STRUCTURES OF THE TEMPORAL BONE. JBR-BTR. 2008;91(5):217–9.
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DEKEYZER, SVEN, and Marc Lemmerling. “Ct-imaging of Lesser Known or Seen Anatomical Structures of the Temporal Bone.” JBR-BTR 91.5 (2008): 217–219. Print.
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  abstract     = {Temporal bone anatomy is complicated on CT with many normal variants, of which some are infrequently seen or lesser known. The unaware radiologist can confuse them with pathology. Other lesser known normal variations are important to report because they can cause pathology. This paper illustrates in detail how to avoid such misinterpretations of anatomical structures.},
  author       = {DEKEYZER, SVEN and Lemmerling, Marc},
  issn         = {1780-2393},
  journal      = {JBR-BTR},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {217--219},
  title        = {CT-IMAGING OF LESSER KNOWN OR SEEN ANATOMICAL STRUCTURES OF THE TEMPORAL BONE},
  volume       = {91},
  year         = {2008},
}

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