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Image IQ: 28-year-old, Sensorineural Hearing Loss

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28-year-old male presented with sensorineural hearing loss for two months.

28-year-old male presented with sensorineural hearing loss for two months. Plain and contrast CT scans with coronal reconstruction have been provided.

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Figure 1A–C. Plain CT sections at the level of the posterior fossa.

Figure 2A–C. Post-contrast axial CT sections at the level of the posterior fossa.

Figure 3A–C. Post-contrast coronal CT sections at the level of the posterior fossa.

Figure 4. Coronal reconstruction with bone window.

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