Cochlear aplasia

Cochlear aplasia, or complete absence of the cochlea is a rare anomaly which accounts for only 3% of cochlear malformations.1

  • labyrinthitis ossificans:
    • normal-sized bone is seen anterior to the IAC
    • the bulge of the cochlear promontory produced by the basal turn of the cochlea is present
  • common cavity deformity
  • cystic cochleovestibular anomaly
  • labyrinthine aplasia

Cochlear anomalies (classification)

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rID: 47542
System: Head & Neck
Tag: cases
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