Therefore, we now have evidence that in spite of mastoidectomy and petrosectomy, which should have interfered with each of the four "established view" osseous
BC mechanisms based on bone vibrations and lead to BC threshold elevations, BC thresholds can be normal, remain unchanged, or even improve after surgery.
(22,23) This study aimed (1) to determine the prevalence of anxiety, depression, and TMJ osseous
changes in elderly Vietnamese according to sex and residence, and (2) to investigate the association of TMJ osseous
changes with anxiety, depression, and limitation of mandibular function.
A rare case of incidental mucinous adenocarcinoma with osseous
metaplasia associated with cysts of the presacral space.
Both can present with hyperdense soft tissue in the sinuses with corresponding decreased T2 signal and osseous
As stated in previous studies, CT is known to be the best imaging system that can demonstrate the detail of osseous
structures (Vanderperren et al.; Raes et al.; Claerhoudt et al.).
Since there was concern for a process with high metabolic activity, he also had an [sup.18]F-labeled fluorodeoxyglucose ([sup.18]F-FDG) positron electron topography (PET) scan that was significant for extensive hypermetabolic osseous
and nodal disease (Figure 10).
[sup.18]F-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) has become a routine tracer agent for PET/CT but detecting osseous
metastases is a relative weakness of [sup.18]F-FDG PET/CT compared with traditional bone scans and [sup.18]F-NaF PET/CT.
After completion of appropriate therapy, there can be complete radiographic resolution of the lesions; however, the osseous
lesions can persist for 7-11 months [5, 7].
Osteolipomas are extremely rare variants and constitute only 1% of all lipomas; they are alternatively referred to as ossifying lipomas or osseous
sarcoid lesions, there is concern that pathologic disturbances in bone architecture could make surgical repair involving cortical bone difficult .
metaplasia with mature bone formation ofthe thyroid gland: Three case reports," Oncology Letters, vol.
A ventrodorsal (intraoral) radiograph (Figure 1C) of the rostral mandible showed a well-defined osseous
mass with intense radiopaque areas and different degrees of ossification, visualized as dispersed radiolucent points inside the mass.