Ear / Nose / Throat, CT, Computer Applications-Detection, diagnosis, Education, Education and training
B. C. Zaragoza, O. D. GARCIA
The evaluation of the ear by CT offers an excellent representation of the anatomy of the bony structures of the temporal bone. An adequate acquisition and reconstruction of the images are necessary for a correct interpretation and to be able to guide the otorhinolaryngologist to choose the best approach and the identification of pathologies that have an impact on the surgical procedure. Post-operative imaging is important to document the electrode position and demonstrate findings that may result in poor cochlear implant function.