• Computerized tomography scanning has been proven useful in defining complex anatomical areas of the head and neck and in delineating soft-density foreign bodies. This was helpful in a child in whom all other modalities, including surgical exploration, had failed to localize a foreign body.
(Arch Otolaryngol 105:203-204, 1979)
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