Section 1: Normal anatomy & imaging technique
Section 2: Congenital anomalies of external and middle ear
Section 3: Infections of external & middle ear
Section 4: Inner ear, internal auditory canal & cochlear implant
Section 5: Tumors
Section 6: Location-based approach
Section 7: Miscellaneous
Section 8: Clinico radiological approach
Section 9: Examination section
The temporal bone is located at the lower sides of the skull and directly underneath the temple.
Part of the Clinico Radiological Series, the new edition of this book reviews current techniques in imaging of the temporal bone and associated disorders.
Beginning with an introduction to normal anatomy and the various imaging modalities, the following sections discuss various disorders including congenital anomalies and infections of the external and middle ear; inner ear, internal auditory canal and cochlear implant, and tumours.
The final sections explore the clinico-radiological approach to hearing loss, vertigo, tinnitus and facial nerve palsy, concluding with an examination section.
The second edition has been fully revised to cover the latest advances in the field.
Each topic is presented in a step by step format and illustrative cases and reporting templates are provided for each section. Radiological images and tables enhance learning.
- Comprehensive review of imaging techniques for the temporal bone
- Fully revised, second edition covering latest advances in the field
- Each section includes illustrative cases and reporting templates
- Previous edition (9789385891908) published in 2016
Ashu Seith Bhalla MD MAMA FICR
Manisha Jana MD DNB FRCR