By Helmut Waibl et al.
Samples of X-ray pictures, sketches and images support enhance the translation of the physicians personal information. the information of radiographic anatomy presents the foundation for the prognosis of pathological alerations. Adual language editiondistirbuted via Thieme, released in 2005.
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Diagnosis of probable partial “auto”-evacuated cholesteatoma can be made. c The coronal CT image through the mastoid area at the level of the posterior semicircular canal shows a central soft tissue opaciﬁcation (arrows). d The coronal T2-weighted MR image through the middle ear cavity (same level as b) shows a moderate hyperintense signal in the hypo- and mesotympanum (arrows), and in the epitympanum and aditus ad antrum. Note the same air hypointensity in the epitympanum as visualized on CT (arrowhead).
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Atlas of Radiographic Anatomy of the Dog by Helmut Waibl et al.