temporal bone

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  • noun

Synonyms for temporal bone

a thick bone forming the side of the human cranium and encasing the inner ear

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Moreano et al examined a total of 1,000 temporal bones without evidence of inflammation or cholesteatoma to study the prevalence of FCD.
Medical College, Bettiah during the period of July 2014 - June 2016 on 34 temporal bones.
The cardinal feature of this disease on CT is temporal bone erosion.
8] The skull is frequently involved (42%); the temporal bone can be affected either as a solitary lesion or as part of a multisystem involvement in up to 61% patients.
Two possible reasons for ZACD's being seen less often are: 1) The number of ZACD may be small as there is a wide variability in the extent of accessory air cell of temporal bone and 2) In panoramic radiograph, radiographic visualization of ZACD is more difficult because there are superimposition of adjacent anatomic structures.
The definite diagnosis of CC was established after a high-resolution computer tomography of temporal bone and confirmed by surgical exploration.
It has also been reported that temporal bone osteomas are seen twice more in women than men.
Starting with normal radiological anatomy, the appearance of common and uncommon diseases of the temporal bone and related structures on imaging studies will be explained, and the relative value of the different available imaging modalities.
In this study we aimed at developing a RP temporal bone model for otologic surgical training.
KEY WORDS: Internal acoustic meatus; Anthropometry; Anatomy; Temporal Bone.
Computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a characteristic lobulated meningioma at the apex of the left petrous temporal bone and adjacent skull base.
All acoustical and transducer output measurements were performed in a climatic chamber at a temperature of 36 [degrees]C [+ or -] 2 [degrees]C and a relative humidity above 99 percent to prevent dehydration of the temporal bone [20-21].
But as the New Christy Minstrels sang, "If I had a nail gun, I'd nail in the occipital bone, I'd nail in the temporal bone, and maybe my hand .
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