CT appearance of incudomalleolar dislocation

February 1, 2007
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Imaging Clinic
Skull fractures account for 23 to 66% of head traumas; between 18 and 22% of these fractures involve the temporal bone.1-3 The clinical diagnosis of a temporal bone fracture is based on the presence of otorrhea, hemotympanum, and facial nerve palsy in a patient with head trauma.

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