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The internal auditory meatus (also meatus acusticus internus, internal acoustic meatus, internal auditory canal, or internal acoustic canal) is a canal within the ...

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Medical definition of internal auditory canal: a short auditory canal in the petrous portion of the temporal bone through which pass the facial and auditory…

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OBJECTIVE: To investigate a rare anomaly of the internal auditory canal known as a patulous canal and its relationship to hearing impairment. METHODS: ...

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A mnemonic to remember the relative position of nerves inside the internal auditory canal (IAC) is: Seven up coke down Anatomy Four nerves pass through the ...

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Jun 16, 2009 ... In humans, the internal auditory canal is about 1-2 cm in length. Aside from the vestibular nerve (responsible for balance) and cochlear nerve ...

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A computed tomography scan (CT or CAT) of the internal auditory canal, also called cross-sectional imaging, allows the radiologist to look at different levels, ...

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The MR appearance of 15 tumors within or near the internal auditory canal was analyzed in detail and compared with the subsequent surgical observations.

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Journal of Neuroradiology - Vol. 33 - N° 4 - p. 275-277 - The abnormally dilated internal auditory canal: a non-specific finding or a distinctive pathologic entity ...

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Schwannoma is a benign neoplasm of the nerve sheath and is the most common neoplasm of the internal auditory canal (IAC) and cerebellopontine angle (1–6) ...