Fibrous dysplasia originating from the middle ear

J Clin Exp Invest 2013;4(2):219-220.


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Fibrous Dysplasia is rarely seen in adults. The anterior craniofacial bones are more commonly involved than more lateral or posterior regions. Loss of vestibular func­tion, tinnitus and hearing loss may be seen associated with sphenoid and temporal bone involvement. We aimed to report the case of a thirty-year-old female patient with fibrous dysplasia located in the middle ear.


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Karakaş E, Kılıcaslan N, Karakaş Ö, Bozkuş F. Fibrous dysplasia originating from the middle ear. J Clin Exp Invest. 2013;4(2):219-20.