The pneumatization of the different regions of the temporal bone is strictly related to the age and the degree of development of the mastoid and the middle ear. Petrous apex pneumatization is the last step of the development of the petrous bone system. The subcochlear canaliculus is an anatomical cavity, originating in the space between the fustis and the finiculus, and connecting the round window area to the petrous apex. The aim of the present article is analyzing the trend of development of the subcochlear canaliculus pneumatization, classified through CT scan examination, in different age subgroups.
|Titolo:||Subcochlear canaliculus patterns in the pediatric and adult population: radiological findings and surgical implications|
GAZZINI, LUCA (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|