Clin Neuroradiol (2018) 28:293–296 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00062-017-0627-3 CORRESPONDENCE Correlation of CT and Histopathology in Resorption of the Distal Long Process of the Incus 1 2 1 1 Katherine L. Reinshagen · Joseph B. Nadol · Amy F. Juliano ·Hugh D.Curtin Received: 21 July 2017 / Accepted: 2 September 2017 / Published online: 15 September 2017 © Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany 2017 Introduction at all frequencies. Audiogram of the right ear demonstrated downsloping sensorineural hearing loss. Complete loss of the distal long process and lenticular pro- The patient donated her temporal bones to the National cess of the incus results in a conductive hearing loss with Temporal Bone Registry. Following the patient’s death at an increased air bone gap. On computed tomography (CT), age 92 years, temporal bone removal and processing was there is discontinuity of the ossicular chain between the performed. After removal of the temporal bones and dur- incus and the stapes . Acquired bone loss and ﬁbrous ing ﬁxation and histologic processing, a CT (Discovery 750 replacement of the long process of the incus without a radi- HD, General Electric, Milwaukee, WI) of the temporal bone ologic abnormality has been reported in the otolaryngology specimens was performed. The scan was
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