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June 1970

Tomography in Cholesteatoma and Chronic Otitis Media

Author Affiliations

Copenhagen
From the departments of radiology (Dr. Brünner) and otology (Dr. Sandberg), Gentofte Hospital, Copenhagen.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1970;91(6):560-567. doi:10.1001/archotol.1970.00770040790013
Abstract

The tomographic findings in the attic and antrum were compared in 90 cases of cholesteatoma and 60 cases of uncomplicated chronic otitis media, all of which were surgically and microscopically confirmed. Particular attention should be given to destruction of the tip of the spur and the lateral attic wall in cholesteatomas affecting the attic. A smooth-walled, enlarged antral cavity is a sign of antral cholesteatoma.

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