Axial HRCT images from a patient with Crouzon syndrome. Stenosis of the external auditory canal is demonstrated (a,
black arrows). Middle ear opacification is present, due to cholesteatoma (b,
arrow). The temporal bone itself is small (c,
arrows), and the inner ear is located near the apex of the temporal bone (d).
1 ) and provides a roadmap for surgical reconstruction. .
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