3D curved multiplanar cone beam CT reconstruction for intracochlear position assessment of straight electrodes array. A temporal bones and patients study

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De Seta, D.; Mancini, P.; Russo, F.Y.; Torres, R.; Mosnier, I.; Besimon, J.L.; De Seta, E.; Heymann, D.; Sterkers, O.; Bernardeschi, D.; Nguyen, Y.;
  • Publisher: Pacini Editore SpA
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    mesheuropmc: otorhinolaryngologic diseases | sense organs | psychological phenomena and processes

A retrospective review of post-op cone beam CT (CBCT) of 8 adult patients and 14 fresh temporal bones that underwent cochlear implantation\ud with straight flexible electrodes array was performed to determine if the position of a long and flexible electrodes array withi... View more
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