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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